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    Really? I thought she seemed more Se-ish
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I'm not sure there's any such thing as an IxTJ 7.

    It's like an ExFP 5. Except even more ridiculous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    So you're saying ISFPs are more likely to think they are ENFPs than ENFPs are to think they're ISFPs?
    Precisely. For one thing, ISFPs are (I find) actually fairly outgoing for an introvert type (introversion doesn't actually have anything to do with outgoing-ness or sociability, but most people think it does), and they're also very likely for some reason to have an overblown tert Ni (I dunno if you've noticed that almost every ISFP ever in type forums started out self-typing Intuitive).

    ENFPs on the other hand are S-inferior, which combined with the inherent anti-S bias in type communities leads to self-typing Sensing being a tad difficult.

    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I'm not sure there's any such thing as an IxTJ 7.

    It's like an ExFP 5. Except even more ridiculous.
    I actually know an ISTJ with a strong 7 fix (my best friend's cousin). Not an outright 7, but close (he's 3w2 > 7w6 > 9w1 so/sx). He'd actually look like a shy ESTP if you met him, but he's so ridiculously Si-reliant it's hilarious -- pretty much every word that flies out of his mouth, every wisecrack, anything, is canned (usually from something his cousin said, or something I said). His cousin and I sometimes joke around that he's the world's first functional sex-bot.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    INTJ could be a 4 in an Ni/Fi loop if their Te wasn't strong for whatever reason. The really fanciful, emo INTJs. The ones who live in their anime movies and video games.

    INTJ 2 though...I think that might be your Ni/Ti INFJ with only a bit of Fe.

    INTJ 2 seems so unlikely to me. ISTJ 2 seems more plausible, even, though still quite rare.
    Fi can translate into 2, easily. What's the problem?
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    Perception is the key factor in what makes us all different, and it's the last thing you're likely to figure out about a person.

    So any S/N opposite will resemble each other and I find it true in my experience.

    So IxTJs will resemble
    ExTJ
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    You get my drift.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    Based on my practical observation on this forum, not theory or real life....

    Types that act the most alike:
    ISFJ+ INFJ
    ISTJ + INTJ
    ISTP + INTP
    ENFP + ENTP
    INFP + ISFP
    ENTJ + ESTP
    ESFJ + ESFP

    ESTJs act like ESTJs

    LOL!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Precisely. For one thing, ISFPs are (I find) actually fairly outgoing for an introvert type (introversion doesn't actually have anything to do with outgoing-ness or sociability, but most people think it does), and they're also very likely for some reason to have an overblown tert Ni (I dunno if you've noticed that almost every ISFP ever in type forums started out self-typing Intuitive).

    ENFPs on the other hand are S-inferior, which combined with the inherent anti-S bias in type communities leads to self-typing Sensing being a tad difficult.
    yeah.

    it seems like non-e7 ENFPs are more likely to think they're INFP, but then realize they're not INFP, at which point they look at other options but, being convinced they're introverted, stumble upon ISFP as a more active, adventurous FP variety that kind of sounds right. so that's when they may type as ISFP, but i'm guessing that it usually won't be without having gone through INFP first.

    i've also noticed the thing about heavy Ni. but the tert seems like it almost always feels heavy when one uses it. it's very easy to recognize, so on-and-off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    agreed except for IXTJs. INTJs do not act anything like ISTJs.
    ISTJs are the NTs of the SJs, so there can be some confusion. Miles Edgeworth from the Ace Attorney series is likely an ISTJ, but I can see why one might type him as an INTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    Tina Fey is an INTJ 7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    ISTJs are the NTs of the SJs, so there can be some confusion.
    No that's actually ESTJs. Ne + Te = NT-like behavior. ESFJs are the NFs of the SJs for the same reason.
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