everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?
^The reason the results are "odd" is the test is odd.
IMO, you don't place THINK and IMAGINE at opposite poles.
That's like placing N and T at opposite poles.
So now, a bunch of solid NTs will become close to NFs or even solid NFs on that test.
The test isn't measuring each of the four dichotomies; with each question, it's measuring the preference of one temperament over another (although I'm not sure why they split the Ss on the T/F domain instead of the J/P). Whether this holds any merit or not, I can't say. It wasn't too far off for me.
The test isn't measuring each of the four dichotomies; with each question, it's measuring the preference of one temperament over another
I will say it again, you don't place "think" and "imagine" opposite each other in a forced-choice format test.
It's not that difficult to understand why.
Per the instructions, if you choose one strongly, it means you rarely do the other.
According to their line of thinking, a person can't both think and imagine.
If this is the best of possible worlds, what then are the others?
― Voltaire, Candide