Sorry, I know you didn't, that's just me stating my opinions.Well, I never said the bolded.
In terms of learning behaviors and preferred environments/results, I tend to lean in this direction. So, KDude's quadrant picture lines up better with how I see these things irl - i.e. P's trend towards Right-brain (Right Brain = Fi, Ti as judging functions), J's trend towards Left (Left Brain= Fe, Te as judging functions = external structure is desired).Who knows, maybe your primary judging function is what determines which hemisphere you most prefer, not just your dominant function.
Eh... dunno. I think ENTP's are a good example of those with very Right-brained learning styles and such, whereas ISFJ's tend to be more left-brained in terms of learning environments (structure, organization, etc).That would make Fs more "right-brained" and Ts more "left-brained", which would seem reasonable.
Honestly I think it depends on what you're focusing on. I mean, with these examples, clearly ENTP's are Analytical (as are INTJ's) - which would point to Left-brained. But ENTP's I think are very Right-brained in terms of preferred activities/learning. They're almost a stereotype of Right-brain thinking imo.
[And if we're going Brain Dominance by F=Right, T=Left, that means I'm a T. Am I then? ]
I think things are being combined that maybe shouldn't be -- i.e. The definitions of 'Left-brain dominance' vs. 'Right-brain dominance' will vary depending on whether you're looking at Preferred Activities vs. Key Words. So if people are focusing on preferred activities, the types that fall under Right Brain will be a certain list of types. If people are focusing on key words, then the list of types falling under Right Brain might be quite different.
I did end up specifying in my post that Preferred Activities is what I think don't fit Ni.Now, there are three parts to this description: the title/name, the key words, and the preferred activities.
1. The title/name: imaginative thinking - You don't think imaginative thinking is a decent description for Ni? Nor for N as a whole?
2. The key words: Visual, holistic, intuitive, innovative, and conceptual - Other than maybe "visual", those all seem congruent with Ni, if you ask me.
Yes, on a high level, the descriptive key words can fit Ni's aims.