To add to my answer to the driving question. My answer assumed the question could be taken literally.
As a possible (counter?) example: I'm much better at remembering the details of interactions/conversations than is my INFP. She gets really irritated at me when I do this. She tends to remember our interactions more generally (and when we disagree on what happened, and there's actual actual documentation like email exchanges, I'm far more likely to have been be accurate in my memory of events and sequences of events than she is. Which drives her nuts as well. I tend to second-guess my memories no matter what, so documentation is really useful for me). This is quite likely a skill I developed as a qualitative researcher, for use in fieldwork situations where I have to jot brief notes and then flesh them out later in fieldnotes. When I do qual interviews, though, I can't stand having to keep track of the details as they unfold and much prefer to record the discussion so I can focus on and move with the flow of the discussion. I get distracted from what's going on if I try to focus on the details over the flow as we move forward.
I have no idea if any of this is relevant or if so, how, though.