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    Quote Originally Posted by Nihilogen View Post
    So let me get this straight. You people see DJ's observations as nothing more than angry bias, yet you don't step back for a second to consider if your opinion of N's superiority over S is bias or not?

    Ne reads just as externally as Se, it just deals in different type of information leading to different perception of reality. Both have equal amounts of perception.
    I didn't say it was superior to sensing. N and S each have their strengths, respectively. He's admitted himself in a different video that his need to "poke people with a stick" is a result of having weak intuition. ESTPs will do this to help them better understand people's underlying motives. That said, their dom Se makes them one of the best types at reading people.

    And I wouldn't say Ne reads just as externally. It's more like this: Se reads externally, leaving few details unnoticed. Ne reads things that aren't immediately obvious, but might cause a person to miss a lot of the immediate details that a dom or aux Se user would pick up on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleV View Post
    I've worked with EEG; I'm saying that getting the equipment... the "okay" to run experiments and paying people to be a part of them is expensive. We've paid people over $100 each (however, over many sessions).
    I see. I worked with EEG in a medical setting.

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    That's nothing, @JAVO I worked with an EGG in a kitchen setting.
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    ^ and another one. Beware folks! They're using the INXJ disguise now!


    Quote Originally Posted by Ene View Post
    That's nothing, @JAVO I worked with an EGG in a kitchen setting.


    So much more embryonic in principle than the EEG. You got me there.

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    See? You guys are why I'm here. I love this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVO View Post
    ^ and another one. Beware folks! They're using the INXJ disguise now!






    So much more embryonic in principle than the EEG. You got me there.
    Aw man, you recognized me! I'm really an ESTP on Prozac. (Or maybe that's a disguise, too, and I'm really an ISTJ whose a conartist that makes a living reading coffee grounds.)


    @cafe me, too.
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    FTR, I think I know the answer to the whole INFJ debacle now.


    Remember what @OrangeAppled said about how these INFJ forums were holding these pogroms against their members, demanding they admit they're INFPs?


    That's because over the internet, INFJs look shallow as fck.


    Why, do you ask? The answer is simple. They don't understand Fi.

    As feelers, INFJs and INFPs are both concerned about image.
    However, they are concerned about different kinds of image.

    The INFP has Fi. They value self-image.
    The INFJ has Fe. They value image to others.

    In real life, INFJs will be very people-centric. Many INFJs on the internet mistype as extroverts because of their extreme absorption with people. They are among the least introverted introverts and introversion will be less an integral part of their personality and more of a stumbling block.

    The INFJ is like Simon from Lord of the Flies (for our purposes. He actually may be INFP...). He wants to be around other people, he wants to help, but he just can't.
    They will face more of the typical "shy girl" story in their lives than INFPs.

    So in real life, the INFJ will aim to blend in. In real life, they're easier to get to know, even if the hardest to really understand.

    In real life, the INFP will appear darker, more afraid. Once you meet them, though, they reveal their inner simplicity. They actually talk a lot to people who are close to them. They can get pretty hyper.

    But online, the INFJ has no self-image to broadcast, so all their inner depth will be overlooked. The INFP, on the other hand, breathes self-image, and since the internet is basically an "introverted" place, their Fi will tell you things about them you'd have never heard irl.

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    ^ You seem to very badly want my attention.

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    Hasn't that always been the case?

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    I agree with OA about infps not wanting to be perceived as being special which i have noticed. However infps tend to mistype themselves more so than infjs. Shouldn't infps being fi doms be more self aware or should we simply blame the type descriptions? Then again once then get a proper understanding of fi descriptions they seldom seem confused about their type.

    Heh i wouldn't have been surprised if dj ( @Azure Flame ) said he worships those 3 infjs girls he know from rl. Dj why is it that you say ti types wouldn't get offended if someone said they were mistyped? I am curious to know.

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