Attitudes towards promoting change in reward-seeking behaviors allows us to differentiate between people who share actions and hide reactions - dynamic temperaments, and people who share reactions and hide actions - static temperaments.
Function blocks 1-2 represent attention, 3-4 represent consciousness, 5-6 represent the unconscious, and 7-8 represent inattentiveness.
In behaviorism, it is possible to modify one's behaviors using operant or associative conditioning. You can chain many behaviors into one, or shape one into many others. Shaping behaviors is the basis for thinking, chaining behaviors induces feeling, the shaped behaviors are ultimately sensed, and the chained behaviors can be intuited. This is the source of the dichotomies in personality science.
In philosophy, the significance of a reasoning depends upon Bayesian considerations, the significance of a decision depends upon Frequentist considerations, the significance of knowledge depends upon Foundationalist considerations, and the significance of understanding depends upon Coherentist considerations.
The clubs can be related to different forces in economics.
Supply (NF) changes due to deciding and understanding from reasoning and knowing.
Demand (ST) changes due to reasoning and knowing from deciding and understanding.
Risk (NT) changes due to deciding and knowing from reasoning and understanding.
Complementarity (SF) changes due to reasoning and understanding from deciding and knowing.
Supply and demand determine price, whereas* risk and complementarity determine utility.
When utility is increased, price is decreased.
*see perfect complement, exponential utility