The Eight Function-Attitudes In Depth The eight cognitive function-attitudes are like the building blocks of our personality type. Everyone has all eight of these function-attitudes, but depending on our personality type they play different roles in our consciousness. Introverted Feeling (Feeling Analyzer). Analyzes how things feel. Concerned with personal values, tastes, ethics, inner harmony. Introverted Thinking (Thinking Analyzer). Analyzes how things work, primarily concerned with systems and mechanisms. Introverted Sensing (Precedence Seeker). Zeroes in on established, dependable, and detailed ways of doing things. Introverted Intuition (Essence Seeker). Zeroes in on the most singular essence or highest meaning regarding causes and effects. Extraverted Feeling (Feeling Executive). Concerned with others' well being, social harmony, group dynamics. Extraverted Thinking (Thinking Executive). Concerned with how we get things done: productivity, efficiency, and planning. Extraverted Sensing (Sensation Seeker). Observes details here and now in the outer world through our physical senses. Extraverted Intuition (Possibilities Seeker). Imagines possibilities in the outer world. Brainstorming. Interconnected patterns.