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    Default Which type would mostly likely have Neurosis?

    I read a description of it and i was wondering.

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    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jung's_theory_of_neurosis

    A significant aspect of Jung's theory of neurosis is how symptoms can vary by psychological type.
    i dont think that some type is more prone of this.
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    Or is this supposed to be referring to FFM's "Neuroticism" factor?
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    i kinda doubt since two differwnt words and he said "have neurosis" big5 neurotocism isnt something you eother have or not, like "have neurosis" refers to, but a scale where everyone fits to some place
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    Quote Originally Posted by Illmatic View Post
    I read a description of it and i was wondering.
    Probably you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    i kinda doubt since two different words and he said "have neurosis" big5 neuroticism isnt something you either have or not, like "have neurosis" refers to, but a scale where everyone fits to some place
    I'm aware of that, but it's vary easy for someone to confuse the two, so he could have misphrased "a high score on Neuroticism" as "having high neurosis".
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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    Probably you.
    Funny that because when i read it, i thought it was a biography on me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jung's_theory_of_neurosis



    i dont think that some type is more prone of this.
    You could look and see what forms/symptoms of neurosis are most common and then see what type they correlate to.
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    When's the "Which type would mostly likely eat cocoa puffs and/or have crabs?" thread coming?

    Abnormally sensitive, obsessive, or tense and anxious?

    Most likely? In my opinion? INFP

    Not starting any war here cause I'm coo with INFPs but like their weaknesses are listed as

    -May be extremely sensitive to any kind of criticism
    -May perceive criticism where none was intended
    -May have skewed or unrealistic ideas about reality
    -Under stress, may obsessively brood over a problem repeatedly

    Ect. I know alot of them who are sensitive, obsessive, suffer from severe anxiety and whatnot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical Hit View Post
    You could look and see what forms/symptoms of neurosis are most common and then see what type they correlate to.
    The word neurosis isnt in todays diagnosis anymore, since its too general word, those different forms of neurosis has been replaced with their own diagnosis. anyways jung talks about that stuff in psychological types a bit, but i cba to write it here
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