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    Explanations of cognitive functions and their outward appearence


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    Hmm...that is eerily accurate. I've always figured the eye toggling was related to Ne. I assumed that looking off into space was also a result of Ne, but apparently Si is responsible for the upward gazing, as well as concentrated scowling. I never would've attributed the breathy/airy and matter-of-fact articulation to cognitive functions, but I guess that explains a lot. I've been noticing lately how different most people's facial expressions are compared to my own when I'm out in public. Interesting stuffs.

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    I watched some of these with open mind a while back, but quite quickly noticed that many of the people were mistyped and there were a lot of bullshit on these. It seems that its more like wanting to see the connections and thus making false associations between the expressions and type.
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    Yeah, if not for the fact that they're so ridiculously hard to grasp information-wise, I'd be offended at the perpetuation of wrong information being sent out into the world. As it is, good luck being smarter after watching those.
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    Thanks for sharing. This is great.

    I'll go through the videos and comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    I watched some of these with open mind a while back, but quite quickly noticed that many of the people were mistyped and there were a lot of bullshit on these. It seems that its more like wanting to see the connections and thus making false associations between the expressions and type.
    Who do you think they mistyped?

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    Who do you think they mistyped?
    I dont remember anymore, its been months(or was it like a year ago when they started making the videos?) since i watched the videos, but there were quite few of them.
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    In regards to the "Pained Expression" of FiNe and the Si scowling, and sorrowful expression of Fi, I have found that deliberately displaying a slight smile can help avoid misperceptions that I am angry or upset. People generally don't want to be around someone who is emitting negative energy or appears to be. For the longest time, I didn't realize that others perceived me that way, even when I was feeling fine, and couldn't understand why people reacted to me the way they did. Appearing more friendly and approachable has had a profoundly positive effect on my life in the workplace and socially. Afterall, most people can't get inside of your head and read your mind...nor do they want to if it seems negative. All they have to judge you by is how you present yourself to the world. I don't see it as wearing a mask or being fake as much as making a conscious effort to be more expressive and overcome unnecessary miscommunications. Plus, a smile is often a hallmark of a confident person who is happy and self-content, both universally attractive traits.

    Another thing I've noticed is that when I'm engaged in a conversation, I tend to radiate a certain intensity in my gaze and perhaps convey a sense of intimacy (not sexual), which may be off-putting to some people who aren't used to it. It seems like most people are more detached in their conversations. I have to consciously regulate my eye contact to keep people at ease.

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