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    Has anyone taken this test? I think it suggests a better theory than the mbti, because it isn't typing the way mbti does, it gives many different options of order, more than mbti, but there are some parallels. I did mbti at school with my friends, and I typed INTP, the same as 2 friends that are extremely different to me. I therefore think mbti is too basic, or the core; but probably the mindframes theory gives a better scheme of a person. So, what do you think?

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    not sure why it's deeper than mbti. pretty much tells me the same thing.

    Mindframe: SENSITIVITY

    Frequency of Use: Very often (Lead mindframe)

    The SENSITIVITY mindframe engages the senses: what you can see, hear, smell, taste and touch [..]

    SENSITIVITY is the mindframe of awareness. It enables you to:

    Pay attention—see what there is to see, hear what there is to hear, etc.
    Keep your mind focused in the present moment
    React quickly and without thinking to something you sense
    Notice small personal details about people
    Remember delightful experiences and how you felt
    Enjoy "creature comforts" such as good food and good music
    Appreciate what's attractive and colorful in your surroundings
    Stay in touch with how you feel at any given moment
    Be motivated by a strong desire to do something
    Have sympathy and consideration for people's feelings
    Be compassionate for people in distress
    Feel affection for someone close to you
    Nurture living things—children, animals, plants
    Seek harmony in relationships
    Solve problems by trial and error

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    The graphic above illustrates that LOGIC takes place primarily in the LEFT-FRONT region of the cerebral cortex. The cortex is the thinking part of the brain. The LEFT side uses language as a system for storing and sorting information. So thinking on the left side is sequential, systematic and objective. The FRONT part of the left brain takes data from the back part—information such as names, numbers and definitions—and draws logical conclusions.

    For example, when you consider the words "chair" and "table," you know they're related. They're both part of the larger concept of "furniture."

    LOGIC is the mindframe of problem solving. It enables you to:

    Analyze the significance of data
    Discover trends in facts and information
    Do research using scientific methods
    Evaluate current assumptions
    Make a new assumption
    Think of a reason why something happens
    Decide which formula or principle applies to a given situation
    Predict a future event based on a cause-and-effect principle
    Draw conclusions based on evidence
    Examine evidence to verify whether a conclusion is supported by the facts
    Use a proven principle as a guideline
    Use data to compare the pros and cons of several options
    Use critical judgment to decide what to do
    Set a goal to fulfill a purpose
    Design a strategy to achieve a goal
    Create an action plan to implement a strategy
    LOGIC is concerned with "connecting the dots" step by step to make sense of information. When you think about the measurement, "3 degrees below zero," you compare it to other measurements and your personal experience. Using logic, you reason that this is a cold temperature, cold enough to cause ice and snow.

    LOGIC seeks the answers to questions such as, "Is this realistic?" "Why did this happen?" and "How does this work?" For instance, a friend tells you that if you always turn off the engine of your car at stoplights, you can improve your gas mileage. You decide to test the technique. You already know that your car has been averaging 31.5 miles per gallon. After two months of calculating your mileage, your new average is 30.5 miles per gallon. You decide that your friend was wrong. This conclusion is the result of logical thinking.

    LOGIC is a key mindframe for engineers, doctors, lawyers, legislators, planners, and programmers. The ability to reason is also crucial to conducting scientific research, managing money and writing reports. It allows you to apply principles and solve problems. When you examine evidence and draw conclusions, the knowledge you gain is grounded in reality.
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    Thought:
    SENSITIVITY - Very often (Lead mindframe)
    INSIGHT - Very often
    LOGIC - Often
    ORDER - Often

    Action:
    SOCIABILITY - Seldom
    CHARISMA - Seldom
    CONTROL - Seldom
    PROACTIVITY - Seldom
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    I got sensitivity as well.

    SENSITIVITY is your ability to be aware of something without defining it or analyzing it. At the orchid festival in the mall, you examine the patterns on the petals. Each variety triggers a reaction of delight. You notice the earrings your friend is wearing. Your attention shifts when the light coming through the skylight changes. Later, in the parking lot, the smell of the air reminds you of rain. On the way home, you sense danger—the car in front of you is too close to the centerline. You slow down. At home, you pet your cat. He licks your hand and you feel the bond of affection. Lying in bed at night, you hear the tree frogs and crickets as separate sounds.

    When using the SENSITIVITY mindframe, you're focused on what's in the here and now. Outdoors, how the breeze feels on your face is more interesting than its speed and direction. Imagine that you're at a lake with a friend, and a hawk lands in a tree just twenty feet away. A few seconds later, a smaller, scruffy hawk lands next to it. Somehow, you can tell that the second hawk is the young of the first hawk. Suddenly, they both fly away. "Wow," you say. You've never seen a first-year hawk before. But your friend had his earphones on and missed the whole event.

    SENSITIVITY also includes being aware of how you feel—your gut-level reactions. Feelings such as comfort, joy, wonder, delight, pleasure and excitement are the positive reactions you feel when you get what you want, when you experience something beneficial. On the other hand, not everything in life is fun, so you also experience the full of range of negative feelings. How do you react when an unexpected problem arises? When something you value is damaged or lost? When you believe you're in danger? When you're sick or injured?

    When using the SENSITIVITY mindframe, you're likely to be perceptive, curious, attentive, alive, agreeable, affectionate, sympathetic and nurturing. These attributes are especially useful in professions such as nursing, customer service, child care, beauty care, craft work, home or office decoration, housekeeping, food preparation, farming, landscaping—any work that involves a lot of detailed hands-on activities.


    My next most used was INSIGHT.

    EDIT: Wait...does this mean that I'm a sensor?

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    LOGIC Thought Very often
    INSIGHT Thought Very often
    SENSITIVITY Thought Often
    SOCIABILITY Action Often

    The graphic above illustrates that LOGIC takes place primarily in the LEFT-FRONT region of the cerebral cortex. The cortex is the thinking part of the brain. The LEFT side uses language as a system for storing and sorting information. So thinking on the left side is sequential, systematic and objective. The FRONT part of the left brain takes data from the back part—information such as names, numbers and definitions—and draws logical conclusions.

    For example, when you consider the words "chair" and "table," you know they're related. They're both part of the larger concept of "furniture."

    The graphic above illustrates that INSIGHT takes place primarily in the RIGHT-FRONT region of the cerebral cortex. The cortex is where conscious thought takes place. The RIGHT side associates images by feel, which gives personal significance to memories. So thinking on the right side is nonverbal, instinctive and subjective The FRONT part of the right brain takes perceptions from the back part—sights, sounds, and body sensations—and relates them based on how you feel about them.

    For instance, you may notice a friend's posture and tone of voice, along with the fact that she's under a lot of stress. Without consciously trying to do so, you remember these three perceptions—the posture, the tone, and the stressful situation—as a single pattern. Later, experiencing any one of these images may trigger a meaningful association with the other two. This is how insight tells you when something important is going on.

    INSIGHT isn't some kind of psychic power. It's simply the ability to "connect the dots" all at once by seeing the pattern. You get a feel for how the world works based on observation. You see a woman smile, and you know she doesn't mean it. How? Instead of careful step-by-step reasoning to reach that conclusion, you instantly recognize the special cues you've learned to associate with insincerity. This intuition only seems mysterious because it happens so fast.

    INSIGHT answers questions of personal significance: "Is this right?" "Is it fair?" and "How important is this?" It uses the patterns drawn from past experience to assess the meaning of what's happening right now. You form beliefs that "feel right." You hold them as long as they continue to work for you. For instance, if you've learned to recognize the signals, you may be able to tell when a person is lying.
    There is a thinking stuff from which all things are made, and which, in its original state, permeates, penetrates, and fills the interspaces of the universe.

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    Mindframe… A mindframe of… Frequency of use…
    INSIGHT (Thought) Very often (Lead mindframe)
    SENSITIVITY (Thought) Very often
    CHARISMA (Action) Very often
    SOCIABILITY (Action) Often

    The graphic above illustrates that INSIGHT takes place primarily in the RIGHT-FRONT region of the cerebral cortex. The cortex is where conscious thought takes place. The RIGHT side associates images by feel, which gives personal significance to memories. So thinking on the right side is nonverbal, instinctive and subjective The FRONT part of the right brain takes perceptions from the back part—sights, sounds, and body sensations—and relates them based on how you feel about them.

    For instance, you may notice a friend's posture and tone of voice, along with the fact that she's under a lot of stress. Without consciously trying to do so, you remember these three perceptions—the posture, the tone, and the stressful situation—as a single pattern. Later, experiencing any one of these images may trigger a meaningful association with the other two. This is how insight tells you when something important is going on.

    INSIGHT is the mindframe of imagination. It enables you to:
    Read nonverbal "body language", Interpret someone's moods, Be aware of a person's individual traits, Have empathy for another person's situation, Understand the characteristics of a human relationship, Appreciate the merits of a work of art, Associate one image with another, Think of a new solution
    Visualize a possible future scenario, Know whether an action is ethically correct, Sense the personal significance of something, Feel a hunch that something is true, even without evidence, Hear "alarm bells" of high risk or danger, Form and use beliefs to make decisions, Consider some things to be more important than others, Make a personal commitment.

    INSIGHT isn't some kind of psychic power. It's simply the ability to "connect the dots" all at once by seeing the pattern. You get a feel for how the world works based on observation. You see a woman smile, and you know she doesn't mean it. How? Instead of careful step-by-step reasoning to reach that conclusion, you instantly recognize the special cues you've learned to associate with insincerity. This intuition only seems mysterious because it happens so fast.

    INSIGHT answers questions of personal significance: "Is this right?" "Is it fair?" and "How important is this?" It uses the patterns drawn from past experience to assess the meaning of what's happening right now. You form beliefs that "feel right." You hold them as long as they continue to work for you. For instance, if you've learned to recognize the signals, you may be able to tell when a person is lying.

    INSIGHT is a key mindframe for artists, designers, composers, performers, authors, architects, theologians and counselors. The ability to associate is also crucial to putting together a story, a poem, a song or a drawing. It lets you enjoy, appreciate and interpret works of art. When you connect the physical details of your experience, you discover their meaning. You see patterns and sense significance. The wisdom you gain, such as your understanding of people, isn't easily explained by logic.

    These examples show how the insightful part of your mind does its work: intuiting, valuing and imagining. How much does the INSIGHT mindframe influence your thinking?


    Mindframe… A mindframe of… Frequency of use…
    LOGIC (Thought) Sometimes
    ORDER (Thought) Seldom
    PROACTIVITY (Action) Seldom
    CONTROL (Action) Seldom
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    Cool test.

    Logic- Very Often (Thought)
    Sensitivity- Often (Thought)
    Sociability- Often (Action)
    Insight- Often (Thought)

    Then I have...

    Control- Sometimes (Action)
    Charisma- Seldom (Action)
    Order- Seldom (Thought)
    Proactivity- Rarely (Action)

    This has given me a good bit of insight upon reading the descriptions. I can see how being a Logic dominant person can sometimes conflict with valuing being Sociable (which it does). I do the Insight stuff a lot too, and Sensibility really describes me well too.

    Even though I scored pretty high in logic, a lot of the bullet points don't really describe me, but a good amount of them do. But I think I definitely am a very logical person. It's weird to explain.
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    Lead mindframe: LOGIC (Very often)

    Mindframe… A mindframe of… Frequency of use…

    PROACTIVITY Action Seldom

    INSIGHT Thought Seldom

    CHARISMA Action Rarely

    ORDER Thought Rarely

    CONTROL Action Rarely

    SOCIABILITY Action Rarely

    SENSITIVITY Thought Rarely

    Because you very often use LOGIC, you may:
    • Focus so much on future events that you don't appreciate the present moment
    • Think so much about big-picture concepts that you overlook the details
    • Do things on your own without telling others what you're doing
    • Get frustrated with people who don't reason through problems as quickly as you do
    • Analyze everything, even when it's not necessary
    • Instead of listening sympathetically, try to figure out a problem and present a solution
    • Come across as disinterested or impersonal
    • Find it hard to loosen up and have fun
    • Be impatient with casual, friendly conversation


    Can't say it's much of a surprise, although I did expect to score more on insight.
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    Insight - Very Often
    Logic - Very Often
    Sensitivity - Often
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