Hm, thanks Gauche. So I listen to all those genres, but the ones I listen to most are Classical Music, Rap, Dance, Indie, Rock/Heavy Metal, Chart Pop and Soul. I grew up mainly listening to Classical, then to Rock/Heavy Metal, then got into Indie, Dance, and it's just within a year or two that I've gotten into Rap, Soul, Pop and back to Classical. If we look at the order of that "psychologically" in reference to the article:
I started out with "High self-esteem, creative, introvert and at ease" (Classical) when young
Started to really get into rock and became "creative, not hard-working, not outgoing, gentle, at ease"(Rock/Metal)
"Low self-esteem, creative, not hard working"(Indie) and "Creative, outgoing, not gentle"(Dance)
Only recently in the past couple of yrs- "High self-esteem, outgoing"(Rap), "High self-esteem, creative, outgoing, gentle, at ease"(Soul), "High self-esteem, not creative, hardworking, outgoing, gentle, not at ease"(Pop) and back to "High self-esteem, creative, introvert and at ease" (Classical) again.
I'm not saying that this is right on point or precise, but it kind of fits me. I always listen to everything, but, the genres I listed are the ones I consider relating to the most at the time, the ones that speak to me that I can't get enough of that got the most plays in those time frames.
I'd say my eclectic taste in music would be a match for INFP.
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