Understanding Logician Personality



Cognitive Functions

Based upon the Jungian personality theory, the test suggests that personality is composed of a number of different cognitive functions. These functions can be focused primarily outward (extraverted) or inward (introverted). Each of these functions relate to how people perceive the world and make decisions.

The dominant function is the most prominent aspect of personality, while the auxiliary function plays a supporting role. The tertiary function has a weaker influence, but can become more apparent when a person is under stress. The inferior function is primarily unconscious and is often a point of weakness.

Developing this aspect can help people form a more balanced personality.

Inferior: Introverted Thinking

  • This function focuses on how people take in information about the world
  • They often like to break down larger things or ideas in order to look at the individual components in order to see how things fit and function together
  • They like to have a complete understanding of something before they are willing to share an opinion or take action

Inferior: Extraverted Intuition

  • They express this cognitive function by exploring what-ifs and possibilities
  • They utilize insight, imagination, and past experiences to form ideas
  • They often go over what they know, seeking patterns until they are able to achieve a flash of inspiration or insight into the problem
  • They tend to spend a great deal of time thinking about the future and imagining all the possibilities

Inferior: Introverted Sensing

  • They tend to be very detail-oriented, carefully categorizing all of the many facts and experiences that they take in
  • As they collect new information, they compare and contrast it with what they already know in order to make predictions about what they believe will happen next

Inferior: Extraverted Feeling

  • They tend to seek harmony in groups
  • While they are introverted, They can be quite outgoing when they are around people with whom they are familiar and comfortable
  • In situations where they feel stress, however, they shut down their feelings and struggle to connect with others. Under stress, they tend to rely on logic rather than feelings


In case of Personal Relationship

  • They prefer spending time alone for the most part.
  • After being around a lot of people, They might feel like they need to spend some time alone to recharge and find balance.
  • While they may be shy around people they do not know well, They tend to be warm and friendly with their close group of family and friends.
  • Because they enjoy solitude and deep thinking, they sometimes strike others as aloof and detached.
  • In social situations, they tend to be quite easy-going and tolerant. However, they can become unyielding when their beliefs or convictions are challenged.
  • Their high emphasis on logic can make it difficult to not correct others in situations where other people present arguments that are not rational or logical.
  • Because they rely on their own minds rather than others, they can also be very difficult to persuade.

Friendship Tips

  • Shared interests are one of the best paths to forming a friendship with an INTP.
  • They tend to value intellect over all else and can be very slow to form friendships.
  • While this often leads to fewer friendships, the ones that an INTP does gain tend to be very close.
  • Remember that you INTP friends may not be the best at dealing with excess emotions, but they love to bond over deep conversations and shared passions.

Parental Tips

  • If your child is an INTP, it is important to remember that your child may respond better to reason and logic rather than appeals to emotion.
  • Encourage your child to develop his or her intellectual interest, but also look for situations that may help your child foster friendships.
  • This can be an area where your child struggles, but putting them in contact with other kids who share the same interests can be helpful.

Relationship Tips

  • Even in romance, they often hold back until they feel that the other person has proven themselves worthy of hearing these innermost thoughts and feelings.
  • One thing to remember is that while they do enjoy romance in the context of a deeply committed relationship, they do not play games.
  • Be honest and forthright.
  • Because they are not good at understanding the emotional needs of others, you may need to be very direct about what you need and expect in that regards.
  • they also struggle to share their own feelings, so you may need to pay attention to subtle signals that your partner is sending.

If they are into you

  • They’ll ask for your opinion on various topics, from climate change to abstract art to Southeast Asian history. You may feel weirdly flattered by their attention, even if you’re not totally sure why.


  • Ingenious and intellectual
  • Independent
  • Loves to discuss the theory of everything
  • Not very sociable
  • Candid and straightforward
  • Curious and logical thinker
  • Rarely interested in tradition
  • Unconventional and non-traditional
  • Avoids emotional situations
  • Prefers partners as intelligent as they are


  • Logical and objective
  • Abstract thinker
  • Independent
  • Loyal & affectionate with loved ones


  • Difficult to get to know
  • Can be insensitive
  • Prone to self-doubt
  • Struggles to follow rules
  • Has trouble expressing feelings

Favourable Hobby to be adopted

Sound exploration

This is to exercise their inclination to explore and create, and this activity is just abstract enough to satisfy their broad imaginations.

Career Paths

  • Because they enjoy theoretical and abstract concepts, they often do particularly well in science-related careers.
  • They are logical and have strong reasoning skills, but are also excellent at thinking creatively.
  • They can be very independent and place a great deal of emphasis on personal freedom and autonomy.
  • In some cases, they can be aggravated by authority figures, particularly those that they feel are trying to suppress their ability to think and act for themselves.
  • Because of this, They typically do best in careers as they have a great deal of flexibility and independence.

Popular Careers

  • Chemist
  • Physicist
  • Computer programmer
  • Forensic scientist
  • Engineer
  • Mathematician
  • Pharmacist
  • Software developer
  • Geologist

Some Famous Personalities

  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Albert Einstein
  • Charles Darwin
  • Immanuel Kant