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I think extraverts are much more inclined to act as exactly who they are, than introverts.
Extraverts tend to act then think, thereby revealing their true selves. Whereas the introvert thinks and then acts, where they have a chance to decide whether and how they will act. Us devious introverts don't always behave "as we are".
Sometimes the line is blurred when I think in terms of action. I could probably resemble a hard assed STJ in some ways, depending on mood and threats to safety. Bad drivers endanger me and can aggravate me enough to care about rules.. people who owe me money and don't deliver on the expected date piss me off... I'd appreciate punctuality instead. Because I like money. Not necessarily because I like rules. The gangster kids on my street piss me off in general, because they make my environment dangerous.
OTOH if things are going well, I'm easy going and less concerned about "violations" or chaotic behavior around me. And that's how I essentially want to be. It's not my fault that some other assholes are provoking different actions. I'd say those actions are mostly uncharacteristic.
How we act (behave) is not always congruent with who we are.
How we act depends greatly on the situation we are in.
Take at work for example..
Or how about this.. I don't like to steal. However if I haven't eaten for 6 days and my immediate future holds no prospects for income.. I just might consider stealing something.
Action is the greatest indicator of who a person is, but knowing why someone is acting a certain way can change everything.
I would also add.. what a person won't or doesn't do, speaks louder about a person than what they will do.