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    Extroversion results were low which suggests you are very reclusive, quiet, unassertive, and private.

    Orderliness results were moderately low which suggests you are, at times, overly flexible, random, scattered, and fun seeking at the expense of structure, reliability, work ethic, and long term accomplishment.

    Emotional Stability results were medium which suggests you average somewhere in between being calm and resilient and being anxious and reactive.

    Accommodation results were moderately high which suggests you are, at times, overly kind natured, trusting, and helpful at the expense of your own individual development (martyr complex).

    Inquisitiveness results were moderately high which suggests you are intellectual, curious, imaginative but possibly not very practical.
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    So exactly what is the definition of "complex"? I am, of course, referring to the question "I enjoy complex ideas." (Or something like that.)

    I'm sure to some people, Bruckheimer movies, soap opera, and Go Dog Go are highly complex from an idea standpoint.

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    Extroversion results were very low which suggests you are extremely reclusive, quiet, unassertive, and private.

    Orderliness results were high which suggests you are overly organized, neat, structured and restrained at the expense too often of flexibility, variety, spontaneity, and fun.

    Emotional Stability results were moderately low which suggests you are worrying, insecure, emotional, and anxious.

    Accommodation results were low which suggests you are overly selfish, uncooperative, and difficult at the expense too often of the well being of others.

    Inquisitiveness results were medium which suggests you are moderately intellectual, curious, and imaginative.

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    The Big Five is currently the most accepted personality model in the scientific community. The Big Five emerged from the work of multiple independent scientists/researchers starting in the 1950s who using different techniques obtained similar results. Those results were that there are five distinct personality traits/dimensions. Here are your results on each dimension:

    Extroversion results were moderately high which suggests you are, at times, overly talkative, outgoing, sociable and interacting at the expense of developing your own individual interests and internally based identity.

    Orderliness results were high which suggests you are overly organized, neat, structured and restrained at the expense too often of flexibility, variety, spontaneity, and fun.

    Emotional Stability results were medium which suggests you average somewhere in between being calm and resilient and being anxious and reactive.

    Accommodation results were medium which suggests you are moderately kind natured, trusting, and helpful while still maintaining your own interests.

    Inquisitiveness results were moderately high which suggests you are intellectual, curious, imaginative but possibly not very practical.

    Very accurate except for the last line. Overall I am more practical than theoretical.

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    I thought I had posted my results earlier.

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    Extroversion results were moderately low which suggests you are reclusive, quiet, unassertive, and private.

    Orderliness results were medium which suggests you are moderately organized, structured, and self controlled while still remaining flexible, varied, and fun.

    Emotional Stability results were moderately low which suggests you are worrying, insecure, emotional, and anxious.

    Accommodation results were medium which suggests you are moderately kind natured, trusting, and helpful while still maintaining your own interests.

    Inquisitiveness results were high which suggests you are very intellectual, curious, imaginative but possibly not very practical.

    You scored as introverted and intellectually curious. I recently started a discussion forum for introverted intellectuals, if interested visit introspectives.org

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    So what I'm seeing is that those with an NT combination are generally scoring Very High on Inquisitiveness. While those with an ST and NF combination generally score Medium to Medium High.

    It is true that I restructured the questions in my head to make them more global. Such as the question about finding theoretical physics interesting, because I think that all of these questions should be more vaguely worded so the general principle is more clear. I felt the question should have been more like "I like to ponder the mysteries of the world" or something like that, to make it correlate better to N, regardless of an F preference. By wording it as theoretical physics, it's just too NT.

    I am personally not heavily interested in science (at least not from a data collection standpoint), but I do enjoy pondering the elusive side of anything unknown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    So what I'm seeing is that those with an NT combination are generally scoring Very High on Inquisitiveness. While those with an ST and NF combination generally score Medium to Medium High.

    It is true that I restructured the questions in my head to make them more global. Such as the question about finding theoretical physics interesting, because I think that all of these questions should be more vaguely worded to appeal to everyone. I felt the question should have been more like "I like to ponder the mysteries of the world" or something like that, to make it correlate better to N, regardless of an F preference. By wording it as theoretical physics, it's just too NT.
    Why do they associate inquisitiveness with intellectualism? That's seems a bit narrow minded as I know many curious people, myself included, that are fascinated by practical things but have little interest in say quantum physics ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    Why do they associate inquisitiveness with intellectualism? That's seems a bit narrow minded as I know many curious people, myself included, that are fascinated by practical things but have little interest in say quantum physics ...
    I agree. In terms of MBTI, I think curiosity and inquisitiveness is common in every type, but what distinguishes S from N curiosity is the level of practicality and the concreteness of the subject.

    Also, curiosity decreases with age, but theoretically, a person's true type remains the same.

    EDIT: The FFM sometimes labels Inquisitiveness as Openness to Experience or Open-Mindedness, correlating it to N, but SPs are said to be very open-minded to new experiences, while NJs are often closed-minded and stubborn. So it becomes clear that the Open-Mindedness vs. Narrow-Mindedness in the FFM correlates to P vs. J, as well.

    I would say that when correlating the FFM Openness dichotomy with the MBTI, NPs would score High Openness, SPs and NJs would be closer to Medium or Medium-High Openness, and the SJs would score on Low Openness. In the case of SP and NJ, SP would likely score higher in the Adventurousness and Aesthetic Interests subfactors, while NJ would score higher on Imaginative and Intellectual (which covers playfulness of ideas) subfactor. Ts will also probably score higher in the Intellectual subfactor. I would also suspect that an F preference could also score lower on Openness because they can often be closed-minded, since they tend to live by values and are less willing to change them.

    EDIT: And I almost forgot, the FFM Openness factor also slightly correlates to F because it covers the Emotionality subfactor.
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    Extroversion results were low which suggests you are very reclusive, quiet, unassertive, and private.

    Orderliness results were moderately high which suggests you are, at times, overly organized, neat, structured and restrained at the expense too often of flexibility, variety, spontaneity, and fun.

    Emotional Stability results were moderately low which suggests you are worrying, insecure, emotional, and anxious.

    Accommodation results were medium which suggests you are moderately kind natured, trusting, and helpful while still maintaining your own interests.

    Inquisitiveness results were moderately high which suggests you are intellectual, curious, imaginative but possibly not very practical.

    You scored as introverted and intellectually curious.

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    I personally think that there's a bias to the test- I'm not incurious- I ask a lot of questions and am fascinated by different languages and cultures and such, I just don't really like philosophy or anything involving math!

    It seems rather unfair to say that a person isn't inquisitive just because they aren't interested in those specific pursuits :steam:
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