Well if I did elaborate, I'd be describing an overview of some relatively impersonal aspects of the system as I see it, wouldn't I. And if you have some interest in introvertedly intuitive extroverted thinking, you'd have something to add or discuss or argue against, wouldn't you. The environment would be conducive to that kind of talk and you wouldn't have to create the whole thing anew to make your own points.
As for examples, ^ that's one. Heavy on the abstraction. Meant for mostly Ni consumption.
Either way, if people readily and adequately access their "lesser" functional strengths, duality is meaningless. And is it, as a rule?
(^^and that's (the start of) another example, and that one leans more on using superficial surface data from the outside world to prove that something is "true", aka it's (relatively shallow) extroverted thinking. Wanna join in?)
Thus, as a rule of thumb, if people are doing something their type structure says they usually can't, then they're probably doing something else. Or the environment is helping in some way. And if that environmental influence was sustained enough that the person genuinely does develop unusual strengths and focuses, pffft, whatever, they're a different type now or they're a stressed normal type with some scars--who cares?! If you want to study environmental impact on persons, go for it. If you want to say environmental impact is more substantial than whatever creates Jungian appearances, go for that too. And some other stuff that I don't care about. Freaking extroverts claiming the environment is most important but still not recognising their own bias toward the environment and thus attempting to alter theory of ALL people?! Pffft.
(^^^ Ni, Te AND Fi example, booyah.)