Huh. Cool chart. Even if it didn't line up with cognitive functions, it'd still be a cool way to categorize speech patterns.
In lectures where (a) I supplement with PowerPoint and (b) speak to 10+ people rather than one-on-one, I know that my tone is a lot like those Ni, Fe, and Te bumps. It's all meandering and flowy and calm; with the pattern suggesting a point and then clearly making it. ..and then circling and emphatically drawing arrows that point to it. .. and then on to the next one.
In other contexts/situations, such as a one-on-one, any aside from Ne, Se, and Si could fit.
no one has figured out mine: I feel like Ne but I'm the worst judgement maker when it comes to myself. I also feel like I'm being more expressive and speak faster but people often inform me that i'm not very expressive and i talk slow.
EDIT: Asked my mother and my boyfriend they pointed me with Si, Fi, Ne and Te characteristics (no particular order there), really. Pretty eerie as they don't know about MBTI.
Mine always pointed towards INTP the few times I managed to pique their interest for 5 minutes. Not so eerie, as it isn't remotely accurate.
"An upsidedown wire heart
Being sucked into a periscope
Still the mind is dull
Like you need another excuse"
… a theory is primarily a form of insight, i.e. a way of looking
at the world, and not a form of knowledge of how the world is….
.. all our different ways of thinking are to be considered as
different ways of looking at the one reality, each with some
domain in which it is clear and adequate…. - David Bohm
ENFP: We put the Fi in Fire
Motivation: Dark Worker
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
MTG Color: black/red
Male Archtype: King/Lover
"You are a gay version of Gambit" Speed Gavroche
"I wish that I could be affected by any hate, but I can't, cuz I just get affected by the bank" Chamillionaire