This Thinking vs. Feeling quiz will help you discover more about your personality type. The world is filled with thinker and feeler types, and one characteristic is not necessarily better than the other. In fact, we all have both of these characteristics.
Which dominant characteristic you have, however, will reveal a lot of information about how you process information and think with regards to your surroundings.
Will you be a Thinking Nurse, or will you be a Feeling Nurse? Take the thinking vs feeling test below to find out now!
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What Were Your Results? Are You an Thinker or Feeler?
Once you get the results for this quiz, you can then move on to the next quiz: Judging vs. Perceiving Quiz. Remember, you can find all of these quizzes on our nursing personality test page, or on our main nursing quizzes page.
If You’re a Thinker…
As a person with the “thinking” characteristic, you have a strong inclination towards logic and analysis. You’d probably dislike having to make a decision on the spot, simply because you love to research and analyze everything. If you were going to buy a new car, you’d probably think about every conceivable thing: Gas mileage, consumer reviews, exact costs and/or financing, insurance changes, maintenance expenses, etc.. Only after careful consideration and research will you make your decision.
You also have a knack for sniffing out contradictions, inconsistencies, or illogical things. You like for things to make sense, and it bugs you when they don’t. As a result, you tend to look at the “bottom line” of a situation, and you have the ability to exclude all other insignificant details. You probably won’t fall for most “sales pitches,” because you’ll see through them a mile away. You are critical of any concept or idea which doesn’t have a good explanation or reasoning behind it.
You also have the tendency to be very blunt and candid. This may cause you to say things you later regret, or say them in a way which can hurt other’s feelings. If someone says a stupid idea that you find offensively ignorant, you’ll probably tell them so.
This is in contrast to the “feeling” characteristic, in which people tend to make decisions based on emotion or feeling. You like to make decisions based on fact, truth, and logic.
If You’re a Feeler…
As a person with the “feeling” characteristic, you have a strong inclination towards considering how things may affect the people in your life. When considering a decision, you tend to think of how other people may react, or how other people may be impacted by the consequences. As a result, people (or society in general) can be a big part of your decision making process.
Feelers have a very deep and empathetic heart to help people, and they genuinely care for others. If someone asks you how their new haircut looks, you’ll likely be very polite and try to focus on the positives to avoid hurting their feelings–even if the haircut looks terrible.
As a feeler, you also tend to have a strong need for happy relationships, both with yourself and people around you. If people aren’t getting along, it will tend bother you quite a bit.
Feelers also tend to love animals and empathize with animals or pets they come into contact with. This again gets back to their “feeling” trait, which helps them empathize with how the animal may be feeling.
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