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    "Ti," "Ne," all else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    And yet my Fi is greater than my Ne (and I'm an ENFP) :

    Fi, Ne, Ti, Se, Fe, Te, Ni, Si

    46, 43.2, 39.8, 33.6, 28.3, 19, 16.1, 14.2 respectively.
    then your an INFP lol

    and in that case your functions would be Fi, Ne, Si, Te, Fe, Ni, Se, Ti

    not too sure about the last four actually, i tend to not care bout those
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    Te Fi N. I don't use other functions! (insert 'serious' emoticon here)


    I'm not sure if I use Ni or Ne, but the fact that I'm a bit crazy might mean that I'm Ni dominant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    And yet my Fi is greater than my Ne (and I'm an ENFP) :

    Fi, Ne, Ti, Se, Fe, Te, Ni, Si

    46, 43.2, 39.8, 33.6, 28.3, 19, 16.1, 14.2 respectively.
    How can this be? I thought the 4-letter code was a short-hand for your top four functions, not a personality in itself apart from that. The E means that your dominant function is extroverted, and the P means your extroverted function is a perception function, which is N. Thus, your dominant function has to be Ne, or else you're INFP, which still doesn't work with the functions you have listed.

    Perhaps I don't understand the question. Is the OP in fact asking where these orders came from in the first place, or perhaps why it is they tend to develop that way? I've been thinking about that lately...

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    Ne > Ti > Ni > Se > Te > Fi > Fe > Si assuming I figured correctly.

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    Now it all makes sense!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lateralus View Post
    Te Fi N. I don't use other functions! (insert 'serious' emoticon here)


    I'm not sure if I use Ni or Ne, but the fact that I'm a bit crazy might mean that I'm Ni dominant.
    Your real function use:

    Ne > Fi > Te > .... I'll let you sit on the delusion that you don't sense.


    You're not a T.
    Seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    Ne > Ti > Ni > Se > Te > Fi > Fe > Si assuming I figured correctly.
    Nope, you're a confused lad.

    Ne > Ti > Fe > Si

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    then your an INFP lol

    and in that case your functions would be Fi, Ne, Si, Te, Fe, Ni, Se, Ti

    not too sure about the last four actually, i tend to not care bout those

    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    How can this be? I thought the 4-letter code was a short-hand for your top four functions, not a personality in itself apart from that. The E means that your dominant function is extroverted, and the P means your extroverted function is a perception function, which is N. Thus, your dominant function has to be Ne, or else you're INFP, which still doesn't work with the functions you have listed.

    Perhaps I don't understand the question. Is the OP in fact asking where these orders came from in the first place, or perhaps why it is they tend to develop that way? I've been thinking about that lately...

    Well I mentioned this in the "Cognitive Processes" topic where we took the "functions" test and the test rated me like that. BUT, it also said :

    Summary Analysis of Profile
    By focusing on the strongest configuration of cognitive processes, your pattern of responses most closely matches individuals of this
    type: ENFP

    Lead (Dominant) Process
    Extraverted Intuiting (Ne): Exploring the emerging patterns. Wondering about patterns of interaction across various
    situations. Checking what hypotheses and meanings fit best. Trusting what emerges as you shift a situations dynamics.

    Support (Auxilliary) Process
    Introverted Feeling (Fi): Staying true to who you really are. Paying close attention to your personal identity, values and
    beliefs. Checking with your conscience. Choosing behavior congruent with what is important to you.
    As you can see it lists Ne as my dominant function.


    Eric B said :

    But it is decided by the relative strengths of the other functions as well. For instance, Te is above Si and Ti is over Se. Everything else is out of place, but that is probably how that is determined. For me, Ne was above Ti, yet I still came out INTP, because the other functions were in more in an introverted order. And that's very accurate, because Ne does seem the strongest, though the role is still supporting.
    Since the test did type me as an ENFP, despite Fi>Ne, it seems how the functions relate to each other also matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    How can this be? I thought the 4-letter code was a short-hand for your top four functions, not a personality in itself apart from that. The E means that your dominant function is extroverted, and the P means your extroverted function is a perception function, which is N. Thus, your dominant function has to be Ne, or else you're INFP, which still doesn't work with the functions you have listed.

    Perhaps I don't understand the question. Is the OP in fact asking where these orders came from in the first place, or perhaps why it is they tend to develop that way? I've been thinking about that lately...
    he's just asking people to rank their 8 functions in order of strongest to weakest.

    also, a fi > ne > te > si could still mean enfp, as the last is Si - not Te, which is an INFPs inferior. there's a lot of ways to look at it. you could go by just the first two functions (or the first 2 and the inferior, in which case the inferior would decide which of the first 2 was dominant, changing the E/I), all 8, just 4 and one of each 'letter', all 4/8 compared against an archetypal/perfect example of a type, etc.....personally i can't decide between "how should i look at it?" and "look away, it's all bullshit"

    anyway, using the 8 function test as a starter and critiquing what doesn't seem to fit with my limited understanding of both myself and the functions, i'd say mine are

    ti > ne > se > ni > te > fi > si > fe

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    Ne, Ti, Si, Fe

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