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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    LOL = are you saying they are not?
    Nah, I'm an NT myself, remember?

    Now back to my calculations... if I could just figure out the connection between banana chips and warp speed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Litvyak View Post
    Nah, I'm an NT myself, remember?

    Now back to my calculations... if I could just figure out the connection between banana chips and warp speed...
    ROFLMAO - I knew you were, which is why I said it, v funny..... but NTs really do seem to beleive they are brighter... many are of course but some aren't

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    Eck....

    ROFLMAO = sample size of 16 - is this serious?

    I love it when people do up wonderful tables full of stattistical data and then in small print at the bottom has something along the lines of sample size per group = 16.... skip the % and write some narrative around the subjective.... the data is qual only...
    They meant 16 types. Wierd wording though. I'm not backing these sources, I just wanted to show that whatever somebody says about mbti and 'smartness' there'll always be a study to back it up.
    Actually in one of the or the only official studies out there, they found that young entps had the highest or second highest iq : P. I don't remember the age range, but hey, we stay young inside our heads.

    edit: oh, that one: http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...html#post25019
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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    Intellegence doesn't = sucesses, there was a thead on the low sucess rate of mensa people earlier in the summer
    You mean the low success rate of ppl making little clubs where they get similar people to tell them how great they are and should never change because they're perfect just the way they are as their moms always said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    They meant 16 types. Wierd wording though. I'm not backing these sources, I just wanted to show that whatever somebody says about mbti and 'smartness' there'll always be a study to back it up.
    Actually in one of the or the only official studies out there, they found that young entps had the highest or second highest iq : P. I don't remember the age range, but hey, we stay young inside our heads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    They meant 16 types. Wierd wording though. I'm not backing these sources, I just wanted to show that whatever somebody says about mbti and 'smartness' there'll always be a study to back it up.
    Actually in one of the only 'official' studies they found that young entps had the highest or second highest iq : P. I don't remember the age range, but hey, we stay young inside our heads.
    OK, its misleading, so what is the sample size cos the issue still exsists, if the sample size is too small then at best its qaul finding.

    Dont' worry I didn't think for a minute you were advocating the results. For what it's worth "offical doesn't make it nessesarily good". I've seen wickedly badly conducted and interpreted data from some highly regarded organsiations.

    "You mean the low success rate of ppl making little clubs where they get similar people to tell them how great they are and should never change because they're perfect just the way they are as their moms always said."

    I'm not sure I totaly follow your thinking, but what I meant by sucesses doesn't = sucess, mensa is full of unsucessful people, IF one chooses to measure sucess as seniority at work or materialisim.

    It gets us into what does sucess mean, and this thread is about IQ and MBTI, and as you said there will be loads of conflicting "research" on the subject.

    Intersting to share and I would be interested to know WHO the sample was, how rep is was and the sample sizes involved. So many of these are on the student population which makes the findings pretty irrelevant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    SORRY GUYS

    I'm so STUPID.... columns N = sample size (should be labled n)....

    How the hell did they get 548 ENTPs? I'm very suspicious of where the sample came from because ENTPs are typicall 1-5% of the population

    I'm concerns over how they sampled this, 75% of the UK population is S typed and this survey is heavily skewed N types - no idea what population it relates to but I' suspicious....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    SORRY GUYS

    I'm so STUPID.... columns N = sample size (should be labled n)....

    How the hell did they get 548 ENTPs? I'm very suspicious of where the sample came from because ENTPs are typicall 1-5% of the population
    Some cultures consider N traits to be more desirable when something like the uk "protestant work ethics"'s rather pro S and it'll show on mbti types distribution I guess by getting 'borderline N/S' onto the N side of the fence

    and about the 548 entps: free food ?

    Don't worry, the 16 thing is really UNCLEAR
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    I dont really think there is a correlation between type and IQ.

    There will be a correlation between smart parents having smart kids, but thats probably about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    I dont really think there is a correlation between type and IQ.

    There will be a correlation between smart parents having smart kids, but thats probably about it.
    And the philosophy theme for tonight: is the world what we think of it and to what degree should we relate to some sort of data before forming opinions.

    In a relativistic system, everything is by definition, connected and interdependant. Some correlations are just lower than others.
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

    Theory is always superseded by Fact...
    ... In theory.

    “I’d hate to die twice. It’s so boring.”
    Richard Feynman's last recorded words

    "Great is the human who has not lost his childlike heart."
    Mencius (Meng-Tse), 4th century BCE

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