A new article by Gary Jordan, PhD. and Lynda-Ross Vega of Vega Behavioral Consulting entitled “Why Don't ‘They’ See Things the Way I Do? How Perceptual Style Theory Helps Us Understand Social Differences”
This article offers a comprehensive overview of the 6 innate Perceptual Styles developed by the authors of the article—each with their own strengths and weakness, each with their own unique perspective on the world. According to Vega and Jordan, these styles affect not only how we view the world, but the ways we interact with others and the things we hold most dear.
In it, readers will discover the 6 Perceptual Styles:
• Flow: those who value the continuity between the past, future and present, as well as the connection between members of a community
According to this article, each of the 6 Perceptual Styles form a spectrum. Perceptual Styles that fall close together on the spectrum have elements in common, while those that directly oppose each other both attract and repel.
This article offers crucial information for team-leaders, managers, coaches, psychologists and students of human nature from all walks of life. In it, readers will find clear insights into the nuances and differences in human perception and behavior based on a theory that incorporates and builds upon the theories of psychological visionaries such as Carl Jung, Willhelm Reich and others.
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