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    or

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    1. I
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    3. F
    4. S
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    1. Introverted
    2. Judging
    3. intuition
    4. feeling

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    Just in terms of "letters" and how I test...

    1. I
    2. N
    3. P
    4. F

    In terms of what the letters stand for, and regardless of how I test...

    1. I (introversion)
    2. F (Fi)
    3. N (Ne)
    4. P ("Pe" traits)
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    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Hmmmm I noticed something. For the Ne doms, N is pretty much always the 1st or 2nd letter as you would expect. However, for the INFP's, F really isn't as high as I thought it would be. Can any INFP's help me explain this? Heck I find it interesting in general how people don't have their dominant function letter(s) at the top.
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    F is my strongest, which is funny because I think a lot of people think of me as highly logical.

    I and J, for me, are somewhat circumstance-dependent. I mean, I am definitely an I and I am definitely a J. But sometimes the splits can be quite close and very occasionally I have even tested as INFP or ENFJ or whatever. At times when I've had quite a lot of social demands and I've actually been enjoying them, or at times when things are uncertain and I need to roll with it, those letters can be a close call.

    I am definitely an N, but I think I'm a fairly "S" N. In general, none of my preferences are extremely pronounced, except maybe F. I think I'm reasonably well balanced.

    So in order from strongest to weakest...I guess...

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    Quote Originally Posted by animenagai View Post
    Hmmmm I noticed something. For the Ne doms, N is pretty much always the 1st or 2nd letter as you would expect. However, for the INFP's, F really isn't as high as I thought it would be. Can any INFP's help me explain this? Heck I find it interesting in general how people don't have their dominant function letter(s) at the top.
    OK, this method is not really comparing the letters to each other, it is measuring the strongest preferences. (Each letter versus its opposite).
    So a person can be an INFP, but he just barely edges out on the F over T, yet his I, N and P preferences will be a higher percentage stronger than E, S and J. (And since there is a lot of confusion in sorting out T vs F, or a lot of people coming out close, this will be common).

    So then, F would be on bottom, of the four, but still in the dominant position, and not "inferior" or anything like that.
    This stems from the fact that most type tests put together a type as I + N + F + P, and the cognitive process order of (i)FNST is assumed from it, so F ends up as dominant, even if it only edged out T 51-49%, making it the weakest preference in these lists.
    Each type then ends up with 24 subtypes.
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