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This theory seems to be partially correlated to Neojungian Typology, even though Neojungian Typology takes these concepts further.
Tendency To Rely on Top/Tendency Not To Rely on Bottom
You think in situational Stimulator Mode: you tend to make and act on plans, but do not always register consequences and adjust plans accordingly, but are particularly context dependent."
I think this is fairly correct, I though think I use my Processing (Bottom-up cognition) to a larger extent than this test signals.