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  • NT type with Dyslexia

    1 33.33%
  • NT type without Dislexia

    1 33.33%
  • NF type with Dislexia

    0 0%
  • NF type without Dislexia

    0 0%
  • ST type with Dislexia

    0 0%
  • ST type without Dislexia

    1 33.33%
  • SF type with Dislexia

    0 0%
  • SF type without Dislexia

    0 0%

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  1. #1
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    Default Are certain types more likely to have Dyslexia?

    I've been wondering about this for a while. Which one of these best describes you?

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    The two are not related.
    EII - Fi - INFj
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    sx/so
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  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Ribbon View Post
    The two are not related.
    The point of this post wasn't to randomly post opinions but to conduct a study. Hence, the poll. So unless you have scientific proof of your statement, I'm more interested in results of the poll.

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    Senior Member Red Ribbon's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by NinjaKristi View Post
    The point of this post wasn't to randomly post opinions but to conduct a study. Hence, the poll. So unless you have scientific proof of your statement, I'm more interested in results of the poll.
    1) I answered the question you posted

    2) There is absolutely no evidence to link MBTI to any biological factors like genetics or brain development. Dyslexia, on the other hand stems from development issues in certain areas of the brain. Here's a link: Dyslexia and the Brain – International Dyslexia Association


    I don't understand how you relate the two. If you're going to conduct this experiment, what results do you expect? What part of MBTI do you suppose is linked to such a condition?
    EII - Fi - INFj
    9w8(963, The Mediator)
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    SLOEI

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