I believe that if we were to conduct a poll of a large sample size on people who have gone through a self-discovery process of their MBTI type, that the highest incidence of the number of people who dislike themselves or wanted to be/have a different personality would be highest in the INPs, followed closely by ISFs.
In general, I believe that informative types (SFs, NPs) will have higher incidence of self-dislike and desire for a different personality than directive types (STs, NJs). Also, the incidence of this preference will be higher in general for Introverts than Extroverts.
Anybody know of studies related to these hypotheses?
Any thoughts in general about these hypotheses?
EDIT:By "incidence," I mean, (# of people reporting self-dislike identifying themselves as a particular type)/(# of people identifying themselves as that type)