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    Quote Originally Posted by JoSunshine View Post
    ^ Which perhaps dispels the argument that N's are smarter than S's
    That emoticon is too dramatic LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoSunshine View Post
    ^ Which perhaps dispels the argument that N's are smarter than S's

    I know I posted some obscure data that I once read. I think that it is possible for there to be trends based on MBTI type, but clearly there is great variation between individuals. I know plenty of S's who are smarter than me.
    I'm still wondering when .pdf files began talking.

    I heard on a PDF somewhere that an N is 23 times as likely as an S to have a high IQ.
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    when .pdf files start talking that's not a sign of intelligence... it's a sign of schitzophrenia
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoSunshine View Post
    ^ Which perhaps dispels the argument that N's are smarter than S's

    I know I posted some obscure data that I once read. I think that it is possible for there to be trends based on MBTI type, but clearly there is great variation between individuals. I know plenty of S's who are smarter than me.
    Funny...that was actually directed towards Whatever's post. I answered a phone call and by the time I replied there were a few other posts in between my carrot and its intended target



    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    That emoticon is too dramatic LOL
    You only think that because your a T and I'm an F...we should start a thread about it ::insert appropriately funny emoticon here::
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoSunshine View Post



    You only think that because your a T and I'm an F...we should start a thread about it ::insert appropriately funny emoticon here::
    Does that fit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    :rolli: and more people digging up data that isn't particularly accurate or unbiased in order to make themselves feel better... this is by far the dumbest argument on the board- worse than T v F!
    Honestly, I have no problem with it as long as the research says so. People are too sensitive. I don't get offended when I hear people say that INTP's for example are smarter than most ENFP's for example (and you can do this kind of thing with any sort of personality trait), because truth be told, on average it could very well be true. That does not mean that YOU are not smart or smarter than any given INTP for example because this is just an average. For the same reasons, I don't get offended when people say that T's in general are smarter than F's, as long as they realize that this is a general statement and hence should be treated just as such. I know I'm smarter than a shit load of T's but I don't get offended by such statements because I know that I just lie within a bell curse.

    Don't get me wrong, if someone said you're dumber than them just because they're an F or an S, then I would get offended, because this is the logical fallacy of division. That does not mean that these statements are necessarily wrong though and hence, I think people need to calm down sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Srho View Post
    I'm an INFP and I always remember numbers, dates, and random facts. I'm good, not great, at math. As you might expect, better at the more amorphous school subjects like English.

    I heard on a PDF somewhere that an N is 23 times as likely as an S to have a high IQ. Also, that an I is 7 times as likely as an E. It sounds a little too extreme to be pulled out of someone's ass. Maybe it's true. At any rate, ENTPs, INTJs, and INTPs are usually thought of as the intellectual types, with INFPs and ENFPs as the talented but impractical students.
    Or it could be the good old 'make it big and people will believe you'.

    We're talking 10 dimensions of pulling stuff out of one's ass here. I'm sure the japanese porn industry will be quite interested.

    On a side note, I can blow shit up with my mind 7 times as well as the X men. I wouldn't lie about something like that.

    ( Oh and that intj dude is delusional. )
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    :rolli: and more people digging up data that isn't particularly accurate or unbiased in order to make themselves feel better... this is by far the dumbest argument on the board- worse than T v F!
    Enjoy your inferiority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    :rolli: and more people digging up data that isn't particularly accurate or unbiased in order to make themselves feel better... this is by far the dumbest argument on the board- worse than T v F!
    Enjoy your mad.

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    you haven't been on the bottom of the intellectual pecking order on this site for 4 years because of type.... obviously

    anyways... the variance is easily explained by self reporting testing bias... that should be easy to understand for you smart people
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