Is it an INFP thing? I think, from what I've seen and heard so far, you guys tend to be writers more than anything, but he's also one of those types that actually pays attention to, and remembers, alot of facts, mostly cultural, historical, and trivial, but not number-oriented.
I have a good memory for trivial things, but no much for important stuff--and I have done a good bit of writing in my life.
“A man only learns in two ways, one by reading, and the other by association with smarter people”--Will Rogers
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If any given types would indicate intelligence, I would say INxx would most likely have the highest potential. For one, Introversion is advantageous due to the nonsocial nature of study and the like. Secondarily, an N would most likely have an easier time due to the fact that the recall of any and all facts is essentially, abstract. T/F is counter-intuitively, not an issue here. Intelligence is a function of your ability to understand and retain information, regardless of what you base your decisions on. As for why P/J isn't an issue, it's because of the fact that depending on the type of information, you may or may not need to adhere to a rigid, systematic approach when learning about, and retaining something. While I understand that the topic is on IQ, I assume that it's being used in the vernacular to refer to intelligence.
INTP, Neutral Good/Lawful Good even split. 5w4 sp/sx melancholic/supine, even split. Yes, I stole this method of placement from black cat.