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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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An image features characters who represent different personality combinations. While MBTI doesn’t qualify a type to have the same personality, it shows how each type functions in different ways.

The MBTI Theory: What are the “16 personalities”?

Grace Cowart, Staff Reporter Apr 27, 2022

Dating all the way back to the late 1910s, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator–more commonly referred to as MBTI–has been used as a personality tool to help identify and understand the human brain for...

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Williams meditates with her students every Monday to reset her mind. Here students were able to restore their focus and concentration which mentally prepared them for their daily schoolwork.

Healthy Habits: The Establishment of the “Happiness Advantage”

Samuel Daher, Staff Reporter Jan 13, 2022

Students walk from class to class, work without thought or conscious consideration. At home, they type out all their homework until it's time to head back to bed. Automatically, humans cycle through the...

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The SoCal Psych-list

The SoCal Psych-list

Georgena Luiso, Staff Writer Jan 25, 2017

Brian Co, local cyclist and Sage Creek Economics & Psychology teacher, has been taking the Southern California biking world by storm. With his currently growing podcast, this psych teacher is rapidly...

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