Here are 33 interdisciplinary fields inspired by the taxonomy that may particularly resonate with INFPs, who tend to be empathetic, creative, and passionate about personal growth and understanding the human experience: (
Art therapy and mental health (150, 800): Combining creative expression and psychology to promote emotional healing and self-awareness.
Eco-literature and environmental ethics (110, 800, 630): Analyzing literature that explores human-nature relationships and ethical considerations related to environmental issues.
AI and empathetic computing (006.3, 150, 155): Developing artificial intelligence systems that can understand and respond to human emotions and social cues.
Cultural anthropology and folklore (301, 398): Studying cultural traditions, myths, and stories to better understand diverse societies and human experiences.
Spiritual psychology (150, 200): Exploring the intersection of psychology and spirituality to understand human consciousness and personal growth.
Social entrepreneurship and sustainability (303, 630, 660): Developing innovative business models that address social and environmental challenges.
Music therapy and neuroscience (800, 612, 573.8): Investigating the effects of music on the brain and applying these insights to therapeutic interventions.
Animal-assisted therapy (150, 570): Incorporating animals into therapeutic practices to promote emotional well-being and enhance human-animal connections.
Ecofeminism and environmental justice (301, 630, 396): Examining the intersections of gender, social inequality, and environmental issues.
Intercultural communication and global understanding (302, 800): Studying communication across cultures and promoting empathy and understanding in an interconnected world.
Digital storytelling and personal narratives (004, 800): Using digital media to create and share personal stories, fostering empathy and understanding.
Contemplative practices and mindfulness (150, 290, 615.8): Integrating meditation, mindfulness, and other contemplative practices into psychological research and therapeutic interventions.
Philosophy of mind and consciousness (110, 126): Exploring the nature of consciousness, self-awareness, and subjective experience from a philosophical perspective.
Expressive writing and emotional healing (150, 800): Using creative writing as a tool for self-discovery, emotional processing, and personal growth.
Nature-based therapy and ecotherapy (150, 630): Incorporating nature and outdoor experiences into therapeutic practices for mental health and well-being.
Comparative mythology and religion (200, 291): Analyzing myths, legends, and religious beliefs across cultures to explore shared human experiences and values.
Art and social activism (306, 800): Examining the role of art in raising awareness, promoting social change, and addressing societal issues.
Creative writing and self-discovery (150, 810, 820, 830): Engaging in creative writing to explore personal experiences, emotions, and identity.
Positive psychology and personal development (150): Investigating the factors that contribute to human flourishing and well-being.
Gender and sexuality studies (301, 305.3): Examining the social, cultural, and psychological aspects of gender and sexuality.
Narrative therapy and life coaching (150, 800): Using storytelling techniques to help individuals gain insight, overcome challenges, and achieve personal growth.
Death and dying studies (150, 393): Investigating psychological, cultural, and spiritual aspects of death, dying, and bereavement.
Art therapy and psychology (150, 800): Combining artistic expression and psychology to help people heal emotionally and mentally.
Digital storytelling and literature (004, 800, 810, 820): Exploring the creative potential of digital media to tell stories and express ideas.
Ethical AI and human-centered design (006.3, 110, 120, 150): Creating AI systems that respect human values and ethical considerations.
Cultural anthropology and folklore (301, 398): Studying the traditions, beliefs, and stories of different cultures to better understand human societies.
Environmental ethics and philosophy (110, 363, 630): Exploring the ethical dimensions of environmental issues and human-nature relationships.
Social impact of technology (004, 301, 303): Investigating the societal consequences of technological advancements and their implications on human interactions.
Mindfulness and mental health (150, 610): Promoting mental well-being through mindfulness techniques and psychological research.
Creative writing and personal growth (150, 810, 820): Using writing as a tool for self-exploration, emotional expression, and personal development.
Music therapy and human psychology (150, 800): Utilizing music to address emotional, cognitive, and social needs in therapeutic contexts.