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ISTJs and ISFJs are sometimes wrongly titled "the kings and queens of memory". But memory in neuroscience is far more complicated, and there are many different kinds of memory, and different ways to perceive and access memory. All types approach memory differently, so what's your memory like?
Sensors remember what you tell them directly. Intuitives remember what they thought you were saying between the lines.
Intuition: Wikipedia memory. Learns and remembers patterns, tidbits and connections between objects and events. Often remembers things a sensor would discard as "unimportant trivia."
Sensing: Action memory, stores practical, repeated, rehearsed information of a tangible or concrete nature. Sensors always remember the most important or emphasised points the best.
Thinking: Cookbook memory, stores information about how to solve problems and tasks, for example recipes, instructions, and step-by-steps.
Feeling: Netflix memory, remembers things people say, feelings, sentiments, intentions, and experiences you've had.
Introversion: I believe introverts have a better long-term memory and that introverts can store and build from connections and take longer time to renew information. Outer information is easier to take in when it fits with old information or past connections made. This makes their memory more secure.
Extraversion: Extraverts learn faster and renew information quicker. When new information, patterns, and connections come up, you're going to replace old information with it. You only keep or use old information when it relates to or connects to external events. This makes their memory more objectively relevant.
Extraverts learn faster if they can start completely fresh with a topic. Introverts learn faster if they can find ways to fit new information with old beliefs and systems.
Introverted intuition: Intuition is primarily involved with memorising patterns and connections: it ties into associations memory. Introverted intuitives are the best at memorising general concepts, overviews, and chains of information and association patterns. Introverted intuitives are however the least aware of change. They struggle the most with practical memory recall but as an advantage, they can always look at a situation with a fresh perspective.
Extraverted intuition: For the extraverted intuitive, there is little ability to memorise patterns but a high ability to make new patterns. Old patterns and associations are often abandoned for the sake of spotting new ones. Extraverted intuitive types are often better at introverted sensing, but beware: you often remember incorrectly. An extraverted intuitive types are good at connecting old patterns to new ones when possible.
Introverted Feeling: Introverted feeling is involved with memorising experiences, images, symbols, and nuances in what someone said or did. As an introverted and feeling type I often remember small things people have told me and tones and how someone said something. I can surprise my friends by recalling these small gestures they did. Introverted feeling types struggle the most with memorising instructions and detailed practical information.
Extraverted Feeling: With this one, you're going to be noticing and paying attention to new social rituals and social change. Extraverted feeling types are more open to the idea that people can change, but if they notice you doing something bad, they will also remember things relevant to that that you did in the past.
Introverted thinking (IT): This one memorises procedures and recipes and step by step instructions. If your instructions stop being valid and you start getting bad feedback, you're inclined to see how you can make your old methods work again rather than to adjust your solutions.
Extraverted Thinking (ET): With this, you can notice new ways to solve a procedure or to tackle a problem. An extraverted thinking type will discard instructions that no longer apply. You emphasise pragmatism in how you remember things.
Introverted sensing (IS): Thanks to introverted sensing, we can memorise details and tidbits and things about life that is of a practical use. Introverted sensors are also ideal teachers and instructors as they can introduce subjects in a way that feels common sense to us.
Extraverted sensing (ES): Constantly taking in new information, generally information of a practical nature. Extraverted sensors don't have a bad memory at all, but they've got a very visceral memory and when a situation has changed and new things come up, extraverted sensors will update their memory faster.