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    For anyone who has read any of the books or knows a lot about the subect, do you have any idea what percentage of the population are high self-monitors?

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    58/100, neither high nor low self monitoring.

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    Your score is 57, on a scale of 0 to 100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post

    So do I.

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    Ok. So, after having dinner, and then watching an episode of Two and a Half Men, and then watching two episodes of Scrubs (tee hee! One of my favorite shows!! ), I'll take a stab at it.

    I understand what sub is saying about adaptability and catering to your audience (and I also see what he's saying, I don't see anything 'fake' about it), and I guess I can see how that might be a component of self-monitoring...but truly, I see that more just as adaptability, interpersonal skills, and social savviness (hopefully no offense here..I'm sure there's a lot more to it too). I do the same myself, to a certain degree - adapting my presentation so as to 'speak' on the same level as those I'm trying to communicate with. But is that 'self-monitoring'?? I guess I don't equate it as such. But maybe it is.

    It's why some of the questions puzzled me. Do I enjoy games like Charades?? No, I don't. I'm too self-conscious and basically I hate getting up in front of people like that and 'acting'. Why is something like Charades or acting skills tied to self-monitoring? That's what I'm failing to understand.

    But perhaps each of the 16 types has its own 'slant' to self-monitoring - and we each self-monitor in a way specific to our dominant functions.

    For example, my self-monitoring largely revolves around Fe. I'll often keep quiet rather than speak my views, for a variety of reasons. Just one example. So my self-monitoring is almost always related to whether or not I want to say something, and the manner in which I want to say it, if it needs to be said. ;-P And often spending a lot of time in my head agonizing over what I think is best to do. The Ni Ti loop. :-)

    Conversely, someone with Ne Ti or Fi Ne ... etc... would do their own style of self-monitoring.

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    20/100

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    :horor: 86!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    Yeah, I hate to throw a spanner in the works, but although I adapt like a mofo and pretty much chameleon into whatever a situation or crowd most wants/requires, I DO NOT view this as not being myself and I do believe that this behaviour IS exactly in line with my inner self. ...
    Precisely! I'm like a handyman and the way that I act is just like whatever job I'm performing at the time. Doing a different job doesn't make me a different handyman. I still have the same motives. I'm still me. And the differences are not that bizarre. I will never flat out lie or compromise who I am or what I believe in in order to win the approval of other people. I might be vague, ask questions, have discussions, and take things as they come. I like to keep my options open, of course, and I like to keep the flow going. I don't sit there and think about who I am, refusing to move away from that. I think about who I could be and what I could experience. I'm a very fluid person.


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    I'd say this is the battle of Fi and Fe.

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