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I am a Computer Science Engineering undergrad from India. I pass my time by participating in Stack Exchange and surfing the web.


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accepted Is there any Personality theory that uses scientific methodology instead of subjective interpretations?
Sep
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comment Do the Jungian Cognitive Functions/ Processes really exist?
Firstly, sorry for my late reply and I appreciate the answer. But, I have made some changes to the question (clearly explained what changes in edit section) - and it will be nice if you can take a look at the new question and update your answer if possible. The question (edited one?) is lot more oriented towards neocortex regions and the truth about what he says about those regions (used for some activity etc.). After confirming that, next would be the question about patterns and then would be the question about their link with Jung's cognitive functions.
Sep
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revised Do the Jungian Cognitive Functions/ Processes really exist?
changed questions section, divided previous first question into two main parts, new questions refer to the forum post as the main source instead of video, emphasis has been made on neocortex regions and assumptions about them that have been made in the oft quoted research.
Sep
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comment Do the Jungian Cognitive Functions/ Processes really exist?
@ArtemKaznatcheev: Yeah, thanks for the advice! In this question, I had two things to confirm: one being the regions where Nardi placed EEG sensors in brain and areas he says that they co-relate to and the other one is about what he says about these patterns he observed and when he observed them. All of this is actually pretty much in the first link itself, but I will emphasize what I wanted to understand/confirm in the edit I am going to make now.
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awarded  Nice Question
Aug
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comment Is the theory of Information Metabolism a reasonable scientific theory?
@Kris: Not just a scientific basis, but also a reasonable explanation for the scientific basis and the development of theory that has been done.
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awarded  Scholar
Aug
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accepted What makes people easily subscribe to pseudoscientific theories?
Aug
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comment Is there any Personality theory that uses scientific methodology instead of subjective interpretations?
@JeromyAnglim: I have changed the question. You can check out edits to see the changes I made.
Aug
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revised Is there any Personality theory that uses scientific methodology instead of subjective interpretations?
changed the question to focus more on personality theories in general, and improved foucs on Big 5. The original question has been divided into five parts (including this one) - links to which are available in the comments.
Aug
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comment Do the Jungian Cognitive Functions/ Processes really exist?
@JeromyAnglim: I have edited the Additional Material part of question accordingly.
Aug
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revised Do the Jungian Cognitive Functions/ Processes really exist?
added more sources