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    You still haven't explained your rationale for the design of the test.

    But you do realise that you are just testing (or trying to test) for Extroverted function use in Q2, don't you? So even though you don't buy into the concept of extroverted functions, you are employing the concept in your test. Why would you do that?

    FJ=Fe NP=Ne SP=Se TJ=Te

    I still prefer mlittrels idea. I hope he develops it.

    Although I think it could be simplified and still be effective.
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    1. B
    2. A
    3. B
    4. A
    5. A
    6. A
    7. B

    This would mean I am an INFJ. I'm curious to know what is your rationale behind question two. In particular, why is choice a, (I can instinctively tell you whether things are ethically wrong or right), associated with FJ? I always thought this was an NFP trait. Thanks

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    1 b
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    3 d
    4 b
    5 b
    6 a
    7 b

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    Quote Originally Posted by Introverted-esfp View Post
    1. B
    2. C
    3. C
    4. B
    5. B
    6. B
    7. A
    Looks like ESxP. Assuming you're sure of ESFP for yourself, are there slight changes to question 5 which could have altered your answer?

    Quote Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    Personally, inasmuch as I buy any of the typology stuff (I think it's a parlor game that will probably never be substantiated with real neuroscience), I think socionics is closest. And I like your idea about leading functions and stuff. But I know what I do at a gut level versus a conscious level, and judging right vs. wrong is not what I do very consciously, not what I do with my gut. Noticing body language and connotation and those sorts of things is what I do nearly unconsciously.
    I think you mean to say you analyze ethics consciously, right?

    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    You still haven't explained your rationale for the design of the test.

    But you do realise that you are just testing (or trying to test) for Extroverted function use in Q2, don't you? So even though you don't buy into the concept of extroverted functions, you are employing the concept in your test. Why would you do that?

    FJ=Fe NP=Ne SP=Se TJ=Te
    I'm not using the 8-function model. The choices are intended to allude both to the function itself, and its p or j nature. If you notice, b and c in 2 are concerned with input, while a and d are output.
    I still prefer mlittrels idea. I hope he develops it.
    Good for you! The tests are completely different, and there's no shortage already, so it's not as if I've pre-empted anything here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lotr246 View Post
    1. B
    2. A
    3. B
    4. A
    5. A
    6. A
    7. B

    This would mean I am an INFJ. I'm curious to know what is your rationale behind question two. In particular, why is choice a, (I can instinctively tell you whether things are ethically wrong or right), associated with FJ? I always thought this was an NFP trait. Thanks
    If you're thinking about MBTI function order, you'd be right, but I think MBTI function order is wrong, so there you have it. NFPs, in my observations, tend to analyze more than judge, and vice versa for NFJs.


    P.S. I've added the word "logic" to 2d, perhaps it will draw more INTJs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    I think you mean to say you analyze ethics consciously, right?
    Yeah. I reworked that sentence several times and apparently settled on the wrong one.
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    Hey Eileen, shortnsweet, et al, how would you answer these?

    2
    a. I care strongly whether things are ethically wrong or right.
    b. I easily pick up on nuance and subtletly, and explore hypothetical possibilities.
    c. I am keenly aware of details, and of my physical environment.
    d. I can tell you whether things are true or false, based on logic, and my acquired knowledge.

    3A (for a/d on 2)
    a. I easily pick up on nuance and subtletly, and explore hypothetical possibilities.
    b. I am keenly aware of details, and of my physical environment.

    3B (for b/c on 2)
    c. I care strongly whether things are ethically wrong or right.
    d. I can tell you whether things are true or false, based on logic, and my acquired knowledge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Hey Eileen, shortnsweet, et al, how would you answer these?

    2
    a. I care strongly whether things are ethically wrong or right.
    b. I easily pick up on nuance and subtletly, and explore hypothetical possibilities.
    c. I am keenly aware of details, and of my physical environment.
    d. I can tell you whether things are true or false, based on logic, and my acquired knowledge.

    3A (for a/d on 2)
    a. I easily pick up on nuance and subtletly, and explore hypothetical possibilities.
    b. I am keenly aware of details, and of my physical environment.

    3B (for b/c on 2)
    c. I care strongly whether things are ethically wrong or right.
    d. I can tell you whether things are true or false, based on logic, and my acquired knowledge.

    A
    A

    I think that D is much improved. You don't need the second comma though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    A
    A

    I think that D is much improved. You don't need the second comma though.
    Well we have you sorted out then! That's good. *crosses fingers for everyone else*

    OK I'll fix the comma miss English.

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    Logic! You used the word 'logic'!

    No no no! Bad Jack Flak, bad!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Logic! You used the word 'logic'!

    No no no! Bad Jack Flak, bad!
    Yeah, uh, would you pick d now, or not?

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