Quote Originally Posted by thisGuy View Post
the way a perosn does things has been generalized to 8 seperate ways. these ways are then labeled cognitive functions. these become really obvious once you see real life examples.
I understand that much at least. I don't get why the types are identified by these functions in addition to the preference system.

Also,what is with setting the same combination of functions for everyone of one type? Do the people who do not test that way still follow the pattern dictated somehow, or do we get to have whatever last 6 functions we'd like?