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Personality Changes

Psychological Perspectives


Ken Silvestro, PhD. - 677-7282,

Personality is often considered a fixed characteristic or function within a person's psychology, however, this is far from the case. Personalities can change as much as any other psychological function.

In a previous article, I described the four basic types associated with personalities – thinking, sensation, feeling and intuition. Thinking is concerned with details. Sensation stays focused in the moment, helping us know that something simply exists. Feeling evaluates people and situations, as does the thinking type but does so in a different way. This type uses an inner sense of assessi...

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