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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    So in what context would grouping by dominant judging function be the best to group by, and why?
    It's basically describing how you make decisions, so I guess it would work pretty well overall, but maybe a specific context would be comparing how different types try to solve a difficult situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    Actually, those would be ways to group also (the way Jung groups):
    IP aka Ji-dom
    EP aka Pe-dom
    IJ aka Pi-dom
    EJ aka Je-dom
    Yes, I feel like dominance is important...

    Heck, you could even group dominants.

    Intuitives: INFJ, ENFP, INTJ, ENTP
    Sensors: ISFJ, ISTJ, ESFP, ESTP
    Feelers: INFP, ISFP, ENFJ, ESFJ
    Thinkers: INTP, ISTP, ENTJ, ESTJ

    I think that would be my personal preference if we're talking about identifying people by internal cognition, but if we're grouping them by external tendencies then I'd probably go quadras like Socionics.

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    haha, okay...

    IXTP - lazy bastards
    INXJ - sophists
    ISXJ - stick in their ass syndrome
    EXFJ - Rampaging Hitlers
    EXTJ - overachievers
    EXFP - whores
    IXFP - Kurt Cobains

    ho ho ho

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    By their dominant function so ISTPs and INTPs are together, ENTJs and ESTJs are together and so on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    The problem I have with grouping the opposing functions is just that - they're opposed.
    I think these make sense when applied to someone using them as the aux/tert, ie. an ENTP is TiFe. But when it's the dominant/inferior, then you have too much conflict to combine the two as if they work in tandem. The relationship between them in a person's psychology is more antagonistic, IMO.

    I'm drawn to the "reflecting" category because it sounds more like Ji, whereas "projecting" sounds like Je.

    Actually, those would be ways to group also (the way Jung groups):
    IP aka Ji-dom
    EP aka Pe-dom
    IJ aka Pi-dom
    EJ aka Je-dom
    You got the introverts mixed up.

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    @Little_Sticks what about the EXTPs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeaT View Post
    By their dominant function so ISTPs and INTPs are together, ENTJs and ESTJs are together and so on.
    The ISTPs I know. Always strike me as frightening, kindred spirits. I always feel like I really understand them, and they they throw out some hardcore shiz.

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    I'm guessing this exceeds most peoples' interests, but this is about a thorough as one can go with the whole type grouping thing.

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...is-sponge.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeaT View Post
    You got the introverts mixed up.
    Actually, no; for the introverts, Ji and Pi are what make them introverted, but they are accompanied by Je and Pe (in the auxiliary slot), which are what determine J/P. So it's IP: aux Pe; IJ: aux Je. Now, J and P match, but e/i are reversed. For introverts, it's it's mixed up because of J/P's definition as preferred extraverted function. But I know you don't believe this in favor of Jung's dominant function focus.

    Another useful set of groupings are the Interaction Styles, but they are even more complicated as far as the type code.

    EST/ENJ: In Charge
    ESF/ENP: Get Things Going
    IST/INJ: Chart the Course
    ISF/INP: Behind the Scenes

    These are basically the "social" temperaments. Like the ones you would get on the humour quizzes, and also, Social Styles, DISC, CPI, etc.

    They are like this, because the social temperaments are basically "blind" to S/N. Social temperament is E/I and people/task (which comes to be called "informing/directing" in this model). S/N is tied to the other area of temperament; the conative (i.e. Keirsey, via Plato, Kant, Kretschmer).

    So S/N end up denoting different "rules" for defining the people/task factor.
    For N's, it's J/P, so it works like the earlier mentioned groups: EJ, EP, IJ, IP. (These are also known as the "sociability temperaments").
    For S's, it's T/F, so the groups are ET, EF, IT, IF. These are groups I always thought made some sense, though they're hardly ever mentioned.

    So Interaction styles are like a combination of these two letter groups. The result: T and J end up more "task focused", and F and P are more "people focused".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pseudo View Post
    @Little_Sticks what about the EXTPs?
    Oh yeah I forgets them.

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