The Growth and Development of the Thinking and Feeling Function
Elizabeth Murphy (INFP), Presenter
For remote participation you must register at
8:45 Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:30 – 12:00 Program
BYOL at nearby restaurant (Buy Your Own Lunch)
About the Program
Participants will explore how the Judging functions (Thinking and Feeling) are expressed differently at different ages. Personal examples from participants as well as provided examples will allow for awareness, connections, and observations regarding the development and expressions of these preferences. Listening for the language of T or F in video snippets will help demonstrate how this decision-making function is influenced by the environment and by developmental levels.
About the Presenter
Elizabeth Murphy (INFP) is a psychologist who has worked with type concepts since the early 1980s. Her research focuses on verifying with video support the development of normal personality differences according to the theory of psychological type. She works extensively with families and teams of people to improve communication and resolve relationship needs. Elizabeth’s experience includes conducting training throughout the United States as well as Canada, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, and Malaysia. She is an internationally recognized educational authority. Her contribution to and leadership in developing the MMTIC reflects her unusual diversity of educational experience. She has taught children from preschool to high school age and worked as a licensed school psychologist. She is also the author of The Developing Child. Her dissertation won the Isabel Briggs Myers research award and she received the Gordon Lawrence award for contributions to Type In education. Carlow College honored her with their Alumnae Award. Currently, she works as an independent consultant to schools, organizations, and families.