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Are you a thinker or feeler quiz?
Moreover, am I more of a thinker or a feeler?
The primary difference between thinking judgments and feeling judgments is the nature of their evaluative criteria. As we will see, thinkers tend to use impersonal, logic-based criteria, while feelers consider tastes and feelings—both their own and others'—in making decisions.
Moreover, is it better to be a thinker or a doer?
Thinkers are the people who have a strategic or creative mindset, who plan everything before taking action. Doers are people that jump into a task without thinking twice.
Format and administration. The current North American English version of the MBTI Step I includes 93 forced-choice questions (88 are in the European English version). "Forced-choice" means that a person, if possible, should choose only one of two possible answers to each question.