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    I've had so many people call me ESFP (mostly on-line, but one in person) that I believe it's highly likely ESxPs and ENxPs get mixed up. There's also an ESTP on this site who first thought she was ENTP.

    However, I think ISFP is more likely mix-up for ENFP because ENFPs are more introverted than ESFPs in a way, so much so that ENFPs test as INFP sometimes (I do, and E is my weakest letter of the four dichotomies) so they can come across more as ISFP.

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    So, maybe...

    ENFJ --> Guardian
    INFJ --> Rational
    ENFP --> Artisan

    ENTJ --> Guardian
    ENTP --> Artisan
    INTP --> Idealist?

    ISTJ --> Rational
    ESFJ --> Artisan
    ISFJ --> Idealist? (much as it pains me to consider it)

    ESTP --> Guardian
    ISTP --> Rational
    ISFP --> Idealist?

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    ISFJ could be closest to Idealist because they can be quite romantic and Si can get a bit fanciful in an F type since it's such a subjective, aesthetically related function. ISFJs are sometimes artists.

    My ISFJ friend, when he took the same test that I got NF/SP, he got SJ/NF.

    Why does it pain you?

    I also think ISFPs are the closest SP to being an Idealist.

    ESFJ also makes sense for Artisan, it makes more sense than the other three Guardian types.

    The only one I question is that you have INTP being closest to Idealist, and suprise suprise I think it may actually be INTJs. They can be weirdly emo, and occasionally delusional.

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    INFP---> A unicorn.

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    INTP = God

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_World_As_Will View Post
    INTP = God
    EsTP 6w7 Sx/Sp

    Chaotic Neutral

    E=60% S=55% T=70% P=80%

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    @Marm, I think an ENFP -> ISFP mix-up would be difficult. Your own might have to do with you being an Si-valuer.

    An ISFP -> ENFP mix-up would be very easy and is probably very common.
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    So you're saying ISFPs are more likely to think they are ENFPs than ENFPs are to think they're ISFPs?

    Okay.

    Yeah the Si thing really trips me up because my writing, for example, is so filled with sensory imagery. I also love to cook and am very picky about food, the way things smell, blah blah blah.

    You probably remember this from my thread on Personality Nation when I was considering xSFP types.

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    I think it depends on the individual.....my INFJ bf would never be confused for an INTP, but an ISFJ, maybe. He's definitely more Fe than Ti, as some INFJ claim (IMO, tert Ti usage is blown out of proportion for INFJs though). I'd probably just be confused for a type with one letter difference, probably INTP or ISFP.

    My opinion (almost the same as Chiharu's):

    NTs
    ENTJ - SJ
    ENTP - SP
    INTJ - NT
    INTP - NF

    NFs
    ENFJ - SJ
    ENFP - SP
    INFJ - NT
    INFP - NF

    SPs
    ESTP - SP
    ESFP - SJ
    ISTP - NT
    ISFP - NF

    SJs
    ESTJ - SJ
    ESFJ - SP
    ISTJ - NT
    ISFJ - NF
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    I would definitely say INFJ and INTP can be very similar.
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