Human Behavior

The Sensory Mind and Psychological Models

The Sensory Mind clarifies the psychological models that were developed by Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung.  The personality types tested by Myers-Briggs, which are based on the theories of Carl Jung, are consistent with the Sensory Mind. 

Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung
Jung, Myers-Briggs, and the Sensory Mind
Sensory Mind Summary


What Does This Mean to Human Behavior (ME)?

The Sensory Mind provides a platform from which to observe our own consciousness. 

It also serves to validate and clarify the observations and writings of Carl Jung.  It furthermore lends credibility and validity to the Myers-Briggs testing of his work.

Our consciousness
Our orientation to “self” and “group” (I/E)
Our orientation to “thinking” and “feeling” (T/F)
Our orientation to “sensing” and “intuition” (S/N)

The 3 primary psychological and behavioral axes as defined by Carl Jung and tested in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicater Test; Intraversion/Extraversion, Thinking/Feeling, Sensing/INtuition