What does 'Sensors ' mean?
Find out what Sensors means. Sensors is explained by Tina L. Quick - author of The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition
Sensors Refers to the mental process outlined in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator on how people prefer to take in information. Sensors are people who favor clear, tangible data and information that fits in well with their direct here-and-now experience. They rely primarily on their senses.
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"... this understanding of yourself and others will be helpful. So let’s take a look at how these mental processes differ.
- Taking in Information: Sensors and Intuitors -
Your senses allow you to take in information about the world around you. You do this by hearing, seeing (including ..."
"...by people who don’t trust any information that did not come in, consciously, through any of their senses. The same is true in the other direction. Although everyone uses both types of taking in information, everyone has a preferred mode. Those who rely primarily on their senses are called ‘Sensors’ while those who rely primarily on their intuition are called, not surprisingly, ‘Intuitors.’
"...Sensorsal word about the questions some of you may have about nature-nurture in defining your type. Some people may argue that whether you are an Extrovert or Introvert, Feeler or Thinker, Sensor or Intuitor, Perceiver or Judger, depends on the situation. But type preferences are very much like hand preferences:
"...Sensorsare a sensor, acknowledge that your preoccupation with facts helps you become a better scientist or researcher, but also acknowledge that there is more to science than getting the facts. On a more practical plane, when your tendency is to be very detail-oriented in your interactions with others, pay close
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