Something I've noticed regarding the inferior function is that it can be difficult to identify with it in the sense that we may not always see our selves as a "user" of that function. Sometimes we will think we prefer the opposite attitude of that function instead.
For example, INTPs have inferior Fe. Being the inferior function, we may not always use it in the most constructive manner. Fe descriptions tend to emphasize more the constructive use of the function. Therefore INTPs often do not relate well to the Fe description and may find themselves identifying more with the opposite attitude of feeling, Fi.
I've seen a similar thing with INFPs. Their inferior is Te but I've often found them preferring Ti.
I'm wondering if this true for you regarding your inferior function? If so, do you think its typical or atypical for your type? Do you think it can be attributed to poorly written function descriptions? Do you think its due to poor self-awareness or a combination of these factors?
I ask because I often find myself identifying more with Fi than Fe and typically score much higher than Fi than Fe on function tests. I don't think I'm INFP because I identify way too much with dominant Ti.
It's been said that the combination of Ti+Fe can look like Fi on the surface but is not really true Fi. Maybe that's where the confusion comes in.
Another thing I'm wondering about is the effect of the dominant function on functional attitude preference. Do people with the dominant in one attitude tend to greatly prefer that attitude and tend to reject or even look down on the opposite attitude?
I'm a dominant Ti and I clearly identify myself as a Ti user. Sometimes I find myself neglecting the Te perspective but I don't look down on Te. However, I've seen this with some of the other function pairs. Dominant Fi looking down on Fe users, etc.