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    i see...so...if you're in the middle...the most likely answer is that you just answered some questions inaccurately...because you are in fact one or the other.
    is that was you're saying?

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    also...is it possible to confuse introspection with self analyzing or are they one in the same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    i see...so...if you're in the middle...the most likely answer is that you just answered some questions inaccurately...because you are in fact one or the other.
    is that was you're saying?
    ehh ya i would say so but im no expert when it comes to tests. all i know is they are flawed. ambiversion is defintely relevant to personality types but it doesn't work with the Jung function model.
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    The effects of ambiversion

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    i see...so...if you're in the middle...the most likely answer is that you just answered some questions inaccurately...because you are in fact one or the other.
    is that was you're saying?
    The types came before the tests. The tests are an attempt to decipher something innate by way of your behavior, same as observation and self-analysis, which is why they are unreliable. For example, you may be introverted but still go out with friends a lot.

    It's also the reason why your percentages are relatively meaningless, and totally meaningless once you've accurately typed yourself. You don't know much about the system yet, so it makes sense that you don't fully understand the difference between, say, ENFP and INFP, but if you keep at it you will.

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    I think absolute ambiversion is impossible, since one can't be an introvert and extravert at once but I think it is possible that either the dominant and auxiliary functions could form a partnership together- resulting in ambiversion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    The types came before the tests. The tests are an attempt to decipher something innate by way of your behavior, same as observation and self-analysis, which is why they are unreliable. For example, you may be introverted but still go out with friends a lot.

    It's also the reason why your percentages are relatively meaningless, and totally meaningless once you've accurately typed yourself. You don't know much about the system yet, so it makes sense that you don't fully understand the difference between, say, ENFP and INFP, but if you keep at it you will.
    beautifully stated. thank you couldn't have said it better myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    beautifully stated. thank you couldn't have said it better myself.
    he's good like that right...you've both been so helpful... thanks...and it's all so interesting to me...i'll just keep reading then..

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