This thing looks disturbing. At least on paper.
Now, the logical way of going about things in general would be:
Observation -> Conclusion
Translated into MBTI we then have:
Observation (P) -> Conclusion (J)
But in the case of types that are dominantly extroverted judgers, that's ENTJ, ESTJ, ENFJ, ESFJ the sequence seems to have been flipped on its head:
Conclusion (J) -> Observation (P)
Also meaning that whatever perceptory input one recieves through one's auxiliary perceptive function will always be subordinate to the already existant jugdments in one's mind.
So is there any truth to this? I have personally observed signs that could be interpreted as indicative of this behavior in ESTJs, ESFJs, and ENFJs, but I have a hard time imagining the almighty ENTJ falling prey to this.
What are your experiences and opinions?