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    Depends on which people. When I'm not at ease, when Fe-style socializing is expected, people will see my Ti. I'm silently writing or preparing lessons at the cafetaria at school. But when triggered (and it doesn't need much ) Ne is there and shows itself; eg. when somebody asks me to help out on a problem in physics, mathematics... When I feel at ease (when I know I don't have to act a role) I'm a very social person and you can see both Ne and Fe.
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    Ni is pretty much invisible by definition while developed Te is pretty much the opposite.

    In other words: Te is much more visible in my real life.

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    I think if anyone sees any of my functions, Ne would be seen first. From here I have heard that Ne can be seen in me, but not much else. But I'm pretty sure that if I am put in just the right environment, the Ti dominance could be seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    ISFP: Se is waaaaaay more obvious
    I'd agree with this for me.

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    yeah...i'd have to agree that it depends on which function is extraverted. i think most people irl notice my ne the most....i think.
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    i dunno.. people tend to think i'm more fun, extroverted, or something.. than i really am.

    err.. not that i'm not fun.

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    depends on the person... I've been described as rather Ti-ish by some people

    most people describe me as somewhat Se-ish though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orobas View Post
    I think typically it is the extroverted function as that is what they can see externalized. Thus they may underrate an introverted person as instead of judging you based upon Fi-your most well developed function, they instead see Ne-your aux which is not as well developed as an Ne dom for instance.
    Yes. This was my thought as well.
    It's hard to notice introverted functions.
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    So it might depend on which function is extraverted; but then the auxiliary function is what we tend to "parent" others with also. So that can be very noticeable to others, even if it is introverted.
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    My pours tend to ooze Ne constantly around the outside world. Frequently however, I talk to a friend on the bus ride home about... nevermind, that stuff is Ne too...
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