When you are stressed out do you tend to blame something for it or rationalize it? (A rationalization is a credible-sounding explanation which fails to get to the root of a problem or acts as a subconscious ruse to avoid thinking about the root of the problem.)
I'm working on a theory that people will blame or rationalize stress in terms of their dominant or even auxiliary function. For example, Se will work to blame stress on something wrong with the body, such as being hungry or tired. I don't know if this is related to the perceiving (S or N) or judging (T or F) functions, or both.