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    According to the chart thingy Psydigg posted, I'd probably be an INFJ or an ENFP. Yet, I'm pretty confident I'm an INTP or less likely INTJ.

    Body type has nothing to do with personality type. I know some extremely skinny endomorphs throughout the type table. Same could be said for endomorphs and mesomorphs and every combination thereof.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I don't see what that has to do with cognitive function still. How does being an endomorph make you more likely to be a Feeling type? Feeling has nothing to do with interest in food, and interest in food does not correlate to body type. Again, that's simply a stereotype.
    I think there is some correlation between personality type and weight/body type but to go as far as this method seems a bit preposterous.

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    So if the theory that all the new artificial estrogens circulating in the United States are helping people get fat is true, then the personality of the United States has fundamentally changed because of contaminants?

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    Haphazzard:

    Forget about fat for a minute. Fat and muscle comes and goes but it doesn't change the somatotype. Your anatomical waist doesn't change. It is a line that divides the trunk midway between the bottom of the rib cage and the top of the pelvis. The base of the trunk - is basically the bony structure generally referred to as "crotch". (Heh-Heh He said bony structure). The top of the trunk is defined by the point where the neck joins the trunk over to a point that bisects the arc of the shoulders.

    This basic area always remains in the same proportion. With endomorphs the section below the waist is larger than the section above the waist. With mesomorphs the section above the waist is larger than the section below the waist.

    This figure is calculated along with height to determine the degree of ectomorphy.

    Weight becomes significant as an indicator of somatotype usually in mid 20's to early 30's because a clear trend is evident.

    Most americans eat a bad diet. The american diet is especially bad for endomorphs. But they are lucky enough to get reminders about their diet from their weight. Ectomorphs may keep their weight down on french fries and pizza but the inflamation, joint problems, migraines, high blood pressure, arterial plaque take their toll pretty much out of sight.
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    Psych,
    I am 4' 11 83 lbs at age 20.
    mesomorph w/ some ectomorph thrown in? I scored a 2.Just out of curiosity.

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    I'm in ENTP/INTJ territory. Interesting.

    For people who think they're ectomorphs: You're only an ectomorph if you don't gain weight no matter HOW many calories you eat. If you gain weight after regularly eating 4000 calories a day, you're not actually an ectomorph.
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    Then naturally I must be a mesomorph because of my gigantic breasts.
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    What ? breasts ? *thumbs up* !
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    I know, right?

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    Any plans for the weekend yet ? I know that nice restaurant who make awesome pizza !
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