I've really been looking into some MBTI et al descriptions of INTJ, and this came up and struck me as intersting, because it relates personally --
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I was wondering just what is meant by "human engineering". I looked it up and http://www.answers.com/main/ntquery?...p=16#after_ad2Costeffectiveness is a concept which has a strong imperative for INTJs, who frequently select occupations in engineering, particularly human engineering. They also can be found in the physical sciences, in rolse which require development , such as curriculum building, and in general, any job which requires the creation and appliacation of technology in complex areas
had some to do with ergonomics, but this stands out most for me -
That does interest me a lot, but on a larger scale than, say, how to fit a chair to a workdesk, of course.Ergonomics
The branch of science that deals with human work and the efficient use of energy, including anatomical, physiological, biomechanical, and psychosocial factors.
So, for now, my question is - do you have any advice for someone who is interested in such? I'm going to bring up this sort of thing when I see my guidance conselor in a few months back at university. (She knows I'm an INTJ as per discussion of such)