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PostSubject: Cognitive styles   Tue Aug 25, 2009 9:25 pm

There are so many of these personality assessments. Take your pick. For some, they find it
very interesting. I'll merely put out the information. I am cognitive style "mercy.". The in this
case, 7 types are contributor, exhorter, facilitator, mercy, perceiver, server, & teacher.
The work of Lorin and Lane Friesen in neurology, sociology, and psychology.


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PostSubject: Re: Cognitive styles   Mon Nov 09, 2009 3:57 am

I seem to empathize primary facilitator strategies and secondary mercy strategies.
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PostSubject: cognitive styles   Mon Nov 09, 2009 1:23 pm

From one Mercy to another secondary Mercy Hello
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PostSubject: Re: Cognitive styles   Mon Nov 09, 2009 1:57 pm

lightsun wrote:
There are so many of these personality assessments. Take your pick. For some, they find it
very interesting. I'll merely put out the information. I am cognitive style "mercy.". The in this
case, 7 types are contributor, exhorter, facilitator, mercy, perceiver, server, & teacher.
The work of Lorin and Lane Friesen in neurology, sociology, and psychology.


Test and PDF for cognitive styles:
hhtp://cognitivestyles.com

my firefox doesn't know how to open it.

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PostSubject: cognitive styles   Tue Nov 10, 2009 6:16 pm

Oh I am sorry lavender. I will seek to get other sites & resources. I may also try to synthesize
it, the material. The explanations are usually long. I will have to have some time to try and
download it.
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PostSubject: Re: Cognitive styles   Wed Nov 11, 2009 5:19 am

lightsun wrote:
Oh I am sorry lavender. I will seek to get other sites & resources. I may also try to synthesize
it, the material. The explanations are usually long. I will have to have some time to try and
download it.

lightsun: i do appreciate your efforts (in all - to me - possibly conceivable ways).
explanations are fine, but also a deflection from any direct communication.

all knowledge is available somewhere in the past and elsewhere for any "self" to retrieve into one's memory pool.
it stands to reason, however, whether we who are alive here and now, can make our own life-sustaining connections by knowledge alone. imho.
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