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    INFJ, blue, I guess.

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    ISTP blue, assuming that means I'm more like ISFP than ISTJ, ESTP or INTP.
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    I am about where I marked in Red


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    I think this is right...the chart confuses me, so I'm not really sure. I just drew the arrow so the point could be found more easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    I am about where I marked in Red
    Wow. Nice boundary comprehension. That's not a very common way to interpret anything that isn't a world map.

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    INFJ in green triangle or INFP in purple triangle
    Last edited by Requeim; 06-20-2009 at 12:49 PM.

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    INFP purple/lavender.

    in what sense does the triangles represent the levels. say does the expansion signify closer affinity to INFJ or ISFP or does the inverse apply. Say 80% of a part of the triangle signifies N 80% or N 20%. Or the closer to the center the more or less expressive in function. Am I just confusing myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synapse View Post
    INFP purple/lavender.

    in what sense does the triangles represent the levels. say does the expansion signify closer affinity to INFJ or ISFP or does the inverse apply. Say 80% of a part of the triangle signifies N 80% or N 20%. Or the closer to the center the more or less expressive in function. Am I just confusing myself.
    I was curious where people would place themselves relative to the surrounding types. Similar kind of concept to What type could you fake in a way. Simple as that. To be honest, it just so happened I found a picture with triangles. My original idea was just the boxes.

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    ESFP- dark pink triangle (more towards the top)

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