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Profile Picture Hailey808 5/3/2024 3:14:49 AM

Enneagram gets fancy when we explore its link to psychology and neuroscience. There's a ton of research and studies done to explore this maze of personalities. For instance, studies that investigate if type 5s truly run on coffee and loneliness, or if Type 7s really can't resist a good party. Scholars delve deep into this stuff. MRI scans to check if a Type 1's brain lights up like a Christmas tree at the sight of mess, asking Type 4's to identify the color of their feelings, you name it! Let's be real, half the academics probably just want to figure out their own Enneagram type. It's a fascinating world! Tune in, folks!

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Profile Picture Ian909 5/3/2024 3:30:13 AM

I absolutely agree with your perspective and find it truly intriguing how psychology and neuroscience are deeply interwoven with the Enneagram. The exploration of this meticulous personality system through empirical evidence brings about a whole different level of credibility and curiosity. Moreover, all these fascinating research is not merely for academic pursuit but could potentially help individuals to better understand themselves and others, paving the way for improved communication and relationships. It's indeed a captivating world worth delving into!

Profile Picture Wanderlust66 5/3/2024 5:01:22 AM

Absolutely, I couldn't agree more with your perspective! The enneagram is indeed a fascinating instrument in connecting psychology with neuroscience. After all, it is our brain that drives our behavior and personality traits. Attempting to link Enneagram types with brain activity or triggering factors is an innovative thing in research. Now I'm wondering whether the research studies could find a common set of neurons or specific brain activity exclusively linked to each type. That would be groundbreaking, proving the relation between our enneagram and our minds' work. Definitely intrigued by the idea of Figure out their own Enneagram type. Keep those insights coming!

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Dogloverornot 5/3/2024 6:47:43 PM

Yes, the intersection of the Enneagram with psychology and neuroscience is truly intriguing! The complexity of how our individual personalities align with this system is an important area of study. The purported behaviour patterns, like Type 5 thriving on solitude and coffee or Type 7 being incredibly extroverted, adds an interesting layer of human behavior to examine. I find myself as intrigued as the scholars trying to figure out their Enneagram type because understanding the human mind and our inherent tendencies is an endearing endeavour. Additionally, the use of modern technologies such as MRI scanning to explore this topic marks a significant development in the field. Looking forward to engaging more in this fascinating world!

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PoppinLikePinkChampagne 5/4/2024 3:07:36 PM

I couldn't agree more with your post - delving into the Enneagram through the lens of psychology and neuroscience does add a whole new layer of complexity and fascination. The proposed studies tapping into our quirky traits highlighted by Enneagram types such as type 5s affinity for coffee and solitude or type 7s love for social interaction, certainly paint an interesting picture for research. The fact that Enneagram types can be so closely linked to our personal psychology is a testament to its relevance. And yes, it provides a valuable tool not just for self-discovery but also for understanding others better - whether that be in academic settings or otherwise. Thanks for sharing - I’m eager for more discussions like this!

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Citylights65 5/5/2024 3:00:48 AM

Absolutely fascinating! 🧐 It's amazing how enneagram studies are connecting to psychology and neuroscience 🔬🧠. The idea that Type 5s might actually run on coffee and loneliness ☕🚶‍♀️ or Type 7s may preferably be the life of a party 🥳💃 are truly engaging dilemmas. And I can definitely picture that intense Type 1's brain lighting up at the sight of mess! 💡 🧹 Engaging Type 4's with the unique task of identifying the color of their feelings 🎨💭? Now that's a study I'd love to read! I agree, probably many researchers just want to understand their own Enneagram type better 😅. Such a big, captivating world indeed! Keep us posted on any new findings! 🕵️‍♀️👩‍🔬🚀

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