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    • A roadmap for philosophical and scientific investigations
    • 09-25-2016
    • So where should we go now when the test is successfull in two cultures? We need to be to evaluate and confirm to what degree personality type descriptions fit people from the perspective of themselves (self-report) and from the perspective of others (intersubjective self-report). After that one could try to quantify categorical nonverbal cues than can be associated with certain constructs, however I'm not sure about the ethics of that route, maybe it's best left undone.

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    • Why everyone has a part to play
    • 09-07-2016
    • It’s very hard to make a logical case for an ontology so instead this is an attempt to articulate my current ontology of individual differences. This is to serve the basis for further investigations.

      All human expressions are true expressions of personality
      Personality is the totality of a persons behavior and self-experience. It is both the physiology and the psychology because there is a relationship between the physical and psychical. In this sense people are alway..
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    • A phenomenal and analytical personality system
    • 08-08-2016
    • Personality is a concept born out of Continental philosophy than begun in the Enlightenment period. The re-discovery of ancient Greek philosophy combined with a experimental and speculative inspiration of Eastern Asian philosophy via Arthur Schopenhauer, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Friedrich Nietzsche, Martin Heidegger and Carl Jung and many others brought about a movement which is speculating about existential issues, motivational issues, individual differences, phenomenal qualities, subjectivity, soci..

Latest science

    • 2016
    • Semantic Distance and Dynamic State Creativity in Relational Thinking and Reasoning
    • Human reasoning and creativity represent perhaps the two highest evolutionary reaches of cognition. These two capacities are distinct from each other, but research on creativity in analogical reasoning has identified a point of convergence between them at one of the farthest forward and most recently evolved reaches of the brain. Analogy is a form of relational cognition because analogies form connections that relate otherwise separate concepts. Quantitative tools for measuring the semantic di..
    • 2010
    • Relating Introspective Accuracy to Individual Differences in Brain Structure
    • The ability to introspect about self-performance is key to human subjective experience, but the neuroanatomical basis of this ability is unknown. Such accurate introspection requires discriminating correct decisions from incorrect ones, a capacity that varies substantially across individuals. We dissociated variation in introspective ability from objective performance in a simple perceptual-decision task, allowing us to determine whether this interindividual variability was associated with a d..
    • 2008
    • Genetic variation in MAOA modulates ventromedial prefrontal circuitry mediating individual differences in human personality
    • Little is known about neural mechanisms underlying human personality and temperament, despite their considerable importance as highly heritable risk mediators for somatic and psychiatric disorders. To identify these circuits, we used a combined genetic and imaging approach focused on Monoamine Oxidase A (MAOA), encoding a key enzyme for monoamine metabolism previously associated with temperament and antisocial behavior. Male carriers of a low-expressing genetic variant exhibited dysregulated a..
    • 2011
    • Stimulus independence, social cognition and consciousness.
    • Abstract A consensus emerging from neuroscience is that certain brain regions show activity correlated with stimulus independent (e.g. private) conscious thought and yet are also implicated in public social processes. The fact that systems supporting social processing also exhibit activity with no obvious perceptual referent, can be seen as support for the framework suggested by Graziano and Kerber (this volume) once it is recognized that the property of stimulus independence is also an import..
    • 2015
    • Salience Network
    • The salience network (SN) is a large-scale paralimbic–limbic network anchored in the anterior insula and dorsal anterior cingulate cortex with prominent subcortical nodes in affect and reward processing systems. The SN plays a crucial role in identifying the most biologically and cognitively relevant events for adaptively guiding attention and behavior and constitutes a key interface for cognitive, homeostatic, motivational, and affective systems.

Latest NJTI test results

    • Date
    • Type
    • Score
    • 09-25-2016
    • Intellectual Fighters
    • 270.00
    • 09-24-2016
    • Intellectual Explorers
    • 450.00
    • 09-24-2016
    • Empathic Explorers
    • 285.00
    • 09-22-2016
    • Empathic Fighters
    • 450.00
    • 09-22-2016
    • Practical Fighters
    • 240.00
    • 09-22-2016
    • Practical Teachers
    • 450.00
    • 09-22-2016
    • Intellectual Fighters
    • 180.00
    • 09-22-2016
    • Empathic Leaders
    • 270.00
    • 09-21-2016
    • Empathic Leaders
    • 420.00
    • 09-18-2016
    • Empathic Leaders
    • 270.00
    • 09-15-2016
    • Empathic Fighters
    • 195.00
    • 09-13-2016
    • Intellectual Teachers
    • 330.00
    • 09-12-2016
    • Empathic Explorers
    • 450.00
    • 09-10-2016
    • Intellectual Leaders
    • 525.00
    • 09-10-2016
    • Empathic Leaders
    • 645.00
    • 09-04-2016
    • Empathic Leaders
    • 435.00
    • 09-03-2016
    • Empathic Teachers
    • 270.00
    • 09-01-2016
    • Intellectual Leaders
    • 525.00
    • 09-01-2016
    • Intellectual Leaders
    • 810.00
    • 09-01-2016
    • Intellectual Fighters
    • 555.00
    • 08-31-2016
    • Empathic Leaders
    • 660.00
    • 08-30-2016
    • Empathic Leaders
    • 420.00
    • 08-28-2016
    • Empathic Leaders
    • 405.00
    • 08-28-2016
    • Empathic Leaders
    • 540.00
    • 08-23-2016
    • Intellectual Teachers
    • 240.00
    • 08-22-2016
    • Empathic Teachers
    • 435.00
    • 08-22-2016
    • Empathic Leaders
    • 495.00
    • 08-15-2016
    • VAOGP-VCMFE
    • 240.00
    • 08-15-2016
    • Intellectual Leaders
    • 465.00
    • 08-15-2016
    • Intellectual Explorers
    • 405.00
    • 08-15-2016
    • Empathic Teachers
    • 405.00
    • 08-14-2016
    • Intellectual Fighters
    • 195.00
    • 08-11-2016
    • Empathic Leaders
    • 120.00
    • 08-11-2016
    • Intellectual Teachers
    • 705.00
    • 08-08-2016
    • Intellectual Teachers
    • 270.00
    • 08-07-2016
    • Empathic Leaders
    • 720.00
    • 08-07-2016
    • Empathic Explorers
    • 195.00
    • 08-06-2016
    • Intellectual Leaders
    • 315.00
    • 08-05-2016
    • Intellectual Explorers
    • 285.00
    • 08-05-2016
    • Intellectual Fighters
    • 240.00