- Nov 9, 2021
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Based on Briggs-Myers theory, I am processing data intuitively. But I also think that a sensor type does not necesserily act as dumb as an "NPC" would, because sensors are also able do think critically (discern qualities of data) but in a manner that is more in contact with the numbers they have recieved. This is one of the great differences, if there's any other. The absence of critical thought, and sharing forward what triggers you without peeling of any layers of given topic.I've recently been messing around with Myers-Briggs tests and I think most people who believe in this "NPC phenomenon" are deeply Intuitive (N) thinkers that notice "bad"/"average" Sensing (S) personality types.
"Sensors pay attention to both immediate data from their five senses and from their own direct experiences. They are create meaning from conscious thought, rather than trusting their subconscious, limiting their attention to facts and solid data. As necessary, they will happily dig into the fine detail of the situation.
They focus on what is immediate, practical and real, and live life as it is rather than trying to change the world.
They like logic and tend to pursue things in a clear sequence. At work, they will have a clear schedule and like to use their proven skills in tactical situations.
They may be seen as frivolous or short-sighted by Intuitors."
"Intuitors process data more deeply than sensors and are happy to trust their subconscious and 'sixth sense', gut feel, intuition or whatever you want to call it.
They are good at spotting patterns and taking a high-level view, as opposed to digging into the detail.
They like ideas and inspiration and tend to have a focus on the future, where they will plan to change the world rather than continue to live in the imperfect present.
At work, they like to acquire new skills and working at the strategic level.
They may be seen as impractical, theoretical and lacking determination by Sensors."
- Intuitors see Sensors as not thinking for themselves (not listening to subconscious/thought)
- Intuitors see Sensors as only focusing on what is in front of them or presented to them (seeing things as-is, not questioning)
- Sensors like "clear sequences" and "schedules". something an Intuitor would see as "NPC behavior"
- Literally in the description: "They may be seen as frivolous or short-sighted by Intuitors."
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