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    Probably ISTJ, followed by INFP and INTP.
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    Introverts in general.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aesthete View Post
    Introverts in general.
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    The Fi dominant types
    INFP and ISFP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmotini View Post
    I really don't get why people are saying ISFP. ISFP is actually known in some systems as an ambiverted type, meaning they show both introvert and extrovert traits.
    That's what I think too. I feel like I am up and down, but I wouldn't say I am quiet.

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    I've known a fair few ISFPs in the past and I think their Se allows them to become absorbed in the present and get involved. Apparently INJs can look quite extroverted at certain points due to aux-Je, but I'm not sure.

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    Being an introvert doesn't equal quiet/untalkative (or shy)...
    But that is what introverts often come across as, because the focus is internal!
    So introverts are generally quieter than extroverts. Maybe this can be said...
    The most quiet introvert then? Depends on the person more than on the personality type.
    Some INTPs are extremely quiet, others can talk like 20 minutes when they want to tell something...
    ISTPs are probably usually quieter than INTPs, because they are more into doing things, not talking about things...
    The Ti function is often so internal that such people pause to think...
    ISFPs are often quiet and come across shy, but they are SFs after all... ISFPs aren't often really into talking...
    INFPs are also quiet because of Fi... but they can be quite talkative.
    ISTJs and ISFJs can be quiet but I don't know... ISFJs are at least chatty.
    INTJs and INFJs are also quite talkative... depends, as intuitives maybe they are somewhat out of touch, in their thoughts...
    Ni isn't the best function to operate in the moment with...

    So my answer is ISTP. Or some INTP. Depends on the person. If the Fe is weak, they never say a word kind of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    That's what I think too. I feel like I am up and down, but I wouldn't say I am quiet.
    I'm still waiting for someone to talk to me.

    I talking!

    Seriously, though... I've been dubbed as shy at first, but once I'm comfortable I'll talk someone to death... Ever since I was in kindergarten I got talks excessively marks on my report cards.


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    I think the shyest introvert is ISFP and the quietest introvert is ISTP. The least cool introvert though might be ISTJ and the least social introvert might be INTJ.

    I guess it really depends on what we mean by 'quiet'.

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    I think it's very situation-dependent. It's just that with introverts they generally have to have some reason to want to engage in talking, whereas at least ExxP extraverts get bored with situations that aren't externally stimulating enough so we talk to create/encourage new external stimuli, and ExxJs will tend to talk to assert themselves on their environments.

    Of the introverts I personally know, I think the IxFPs tend to be the quietest, at least in the situations that we have been in together. That's not an objective assertion, though, just subjective experience to throw into the observation pot. It seems that Js and Ts more often have reasons to want to speak - either to structure / organize (J) or to encourage use of logic (T) - so they tend to pipe up more. And FJs do share the gift of Fe social smoothing via talking. IxFP talking seems more internally-prompted in general.

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