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Gregorc Style Delineator

 

As shown in the chart below, the Gregorc model is driven by 2 of the Jungian Dimensions that were selected to be the most essential to information processing. Those dimensions are Concrete vs. Abstract and Sequential vs. Random. This simplifies the MBTI theory in 2 ways. It uses more understandable language and as opposed to the 16 MBTI combinations, the result is only 4:  Concrete Sequential (prefers structure and practicality; results-oriented), Abstract Random (prefers sensitive, personalized, flexible environment), Concrete Random (values creativity and independence) and Abstract Sequential (prefers logical, rational, theoretical and analytical approaches). 

 

 

Concrete/S

Abstract/N

 

Sequential/J

ISTJ

6%

 

ISFJ

6%

INFJ

2%

INTJ

2%

 

 

 

Random/P

ISTP

5%

 

ISFP

5%

INFP

3%

INTP

3%

ESTP

11%

 

ESFP

12%

ENFP

6%

ENTP

6%

 

Sequential/J

 

ESTJ

11%

 

ESFJ

12%

ENFJ

5%

ENTJ

5%

In the above framework used in the Gregorc system the following equivalents can be used:

Sequential = Judger,    Random = Perceiver         Concrete = Sensate,  Abstract = Intuitives

 

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