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    We do? Can you explain how SPs all value tradition and classical structures, please?

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    Dont you get tired of fighting the cause against the mentally "in need" people ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Dont you get tired of fighting the cause against the mentally "in need" people ?

    What do you mean?

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    I'd say that's a Nature v. Nuture question, one which is highly debatable, on both sides.

    It'd probably affect the strength of a preference, maybe, since humans are very malleable, but, aside from severe mental trauma or whatever, the preferences shouldn't change totally unless one's inclinations were neither here nor there to begin with.

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    It's obvious types don't have the same percentages in different areas of the world. I think both culture and genes affect one's type.

    Eastern Asians are definitely the most introverted (probably also Ts), regardless of where they are living -I remember I was in Canada some years ago, looking for a 'network', to play computer games, then when I found one I was shocked everyone there was Asian, while I have practically noticed no Asians on the streets- Mediterraneans would probably be the most extroverted - Extroverted feelers mostly methinks.

    I'm new to this and I'm still basing it on observation, correct my flaws if they're too obvious.

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    genetics do obviously affect type... dont get me wrong, but that doesn't meant that it still cant be equally distributed. if you wanna look into how neuro-science is connected to personality type read The Edge Effect by Dr. Eric Braverman... its excellent and if your really interested its worth buying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarah View Post
    We do? Can you explain how SPs all value tradition and classical structures, please?

    Sarah
    I can't give a direct argument based on proof here, that opinion of mine is based completely of my personal experience. It's just that from all of the people that I know of the S's are far more likely to have a view of "if it works, don't fix it." While the N's are the types I usually see that try to "Fix what's not broken".

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