The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

What does 'Judgers' mean?

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Judgers

Refers to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator that involves a bias for the mental process for coming to conclusions. Judgers are people who see everything in terms of either true or false, black or white, without gray areas to manage their outer life. This typically leads to a style oriented towards closure, organization, planning, or in some fashion, managing the things and/or people found in the external environment. They are driven to manage or order the outside world. Judgers prefer to draw conclusions rather than looking for more information.

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"... organize their thoughts while the latter needs the stimulation of other people’s thoughts to formulate their own. - Attitudes Towards Information: Perceivers and Judgers - In the deeper exploration of Jung’s work, and as they constructed the MBTI, Katherine Briggs and her daughter ..."
"...initiate, a focus group to conduct or a few more interviews. On the other side of the spectrum are those who are impatient during the data collection phase and prefer to draw conclusions rather than looking for more information. The former are called ‘Perceivers’ and the latter are called ‘Judgers’ because the two mental processes they favor are related to perceiving (taking in information) and judging (drawing conclusions). Note that, once again, these labels are used in a neutral way rather than the more judgmental ways in which a term such as ‘judger’ might be used today. ..."
"...You can imagine that it might be hard to work with a Judger if you are a Perceiver or vice versa. Brainstorming is generally hard for Judgers while writing the closing chapter of a thesis and drawing conclusions would be hard for a Perceiver. A Perceiver might be seen as procrastinating when he keeps doing more research rather than writing a paper or its conclusion. On the other end of the spectrum, a Judger might write ..."

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