Can you agree to disagree?

Do you know which side of the brain you use the most?

If so, can you determine if you’re working in a field of which relates to the characteristic differences between the left and right side of the brain?

 

right side

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/is-the-right-or-left-side-of-your-brain-more-dominant-take-this-quiz-to-find-out-9159560.html

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Title of practical skills

I may have mentioned this before and I apologize in advance if I offend any readers. however, this topic is up for discussion because I am having mixed thoughts about my perspective on a selection of employees in the medical field.  With time, experience and knowledge I have a questionable outlook on the meaning of health care.

By definition Health Care is the field concerned with the maintenance or restoration of the health of the body or  mind. 

This is a fine definition that holds an upright, uniformed representation of health.

Straight to the point, do you believe that employees in the health care field are representing an ideal image of maintenance or restoration of the health of the body or  mind when their BMI exceeds their waist to hip ratio? 

I will not take away the accreditation that those individuals obtain, their knowledge, skills and experience under their belt.

Food for thought,

health care to me means that the individual taking care of others should also be an advocate and representative of health regulations.

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INTJ Learning Style

How INTJs acquire, memorize and recollect information

In INTJs, interest in learning a subject revolves around finding the answer to the question, “Why is this so?” The clearer and deeper the answer this type receives during the learning process, the greater their interest in the topic, and the greater their desire to delve deeper into the subject.

Their desire to study something is driven by a search for ideas that can answer not only fundamental questions, but also practical questions of popular interest.

INTJs are easily receptive to difficult material when it is presented in conceptual form and new information follows logically from that given before. A moderate pace is best when delivering material, because INTJs spend time forming and retaining theoretical connections between different pieces of information.

INTJs connect the information they receive to a unifying theoretical basis. They can retain knowledge remembered in this way for decades. INTJs are also capable of mechanical memorization, although the amount thus retained is substantially lower than from memory based on a generalized understanding of the material. Repeatedly presenting the same material helps INTJs remember it, but presenting it from different points of view and using various examples is even more effective.

INTJ’s are able to accurately reproduce received information, especially if it is mentally organized in a conceptual way. Mechanical reproduction is substantially less accurate, which is usually linked to this type’s relative weakness when it comes to remembering material with poor logical flow. On top of this, they are capable of highly accurate recollection of visual information that lacks logical flow, if it was received under intensely focused attention. For example, INTJs can reproduce many details of the rapidly changing scenery when driving in a car. This seems to be related to the fact that they are shutting off the reflection process when taking in the information.

INTJs learn best when teaching is systematic (e.g., an organized degree or certification program) and intensive. However, they are also able to learn material from sources not unified by a single formal learning process (e.g., individual courses or readings). Independent work with the material being studied is valuable to their learning. The difficulty of the material only increases an INTJ’s drive to understand it, and INTJs are capable of learning material on their own. Visual aids help them learn, but are not very important for their overall assimilation of a topic.

INTJs are good at actively working with material they understand and receive great satisfaction from it. They are able to apply it in concrete tasks or develop it and expand on it in an assigned direction.

INTJs have a high tolerance to high levels of learning related stress. However, they prefer to evenly distribute their efforts when learning new material, rather than resorting to last-minute cramming.

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