I agree Ravana. Picard is much more Te and legalist. INTJs are too impressionable and realist for his role. More importantly ENTJs are strong team-based leaders. INTJs are much more in it to be completely in charge, plan and assign a system of lesser roles to people. ENTJs are less inclined to act quickly in critical circumstances than INTJs, so that I don't know about.
THANK YOU! for agreeing with me.
"INTJs are too impressionable" i noticed this in my INTJ friends. but they are my friends. i didn't know that it is true in other INTJs. and i am yet to realize this in INTJs in critical situations.
Hmm, what strikes me as odd is that Picard is an INTJ and Data is an INTP and yet they are good friends and get along well. Don't INTPs and INTJs usually have a hard time getting along? I guess with Picard as a likely 1w9 INTJ rather than, say, a 5w4, we avoid the usual petty arguments those two types often find themselves in... any thoughts?
Originally Posted by TPol
My husband is an INTJ. If I remember correctly, he is a 1w9. I am mostly an INTP. I'm not sure whether we are an exception to a commonality or the rumor is wrong, but we get along pretty well.
Never heard such a rumor. I'm INTJ, and I've always gotten along fine with INTPs of either gender.
Anyway, Spock has always struck me as an INTP. The way he expresses himself with such certainty gives him an INTJ-like flair, but I think his thinking process is more expressly logical than intuitive. INTPs who have chewed on a problem long enough to work out its logic such that they fully believe themselves to be correct can represent themselves with the same kind of certainty that comes reflexively to INTJs. But with Spock the certainty isn't reflexive. It's the steel trap of flawless formal logic.
Just my take. Your milage may vary.
Caiptan Picard : INTJ
William Riker: ESTP
Geordi La Forge: INFP/ISFP
Doctor Crusher: INFJ/ISFJ
Diana Troy: INFP
Wesley Crusher: INFP
Chief O' Brien: ISTJ
To my read, Giordi seems far too gentle, patient, flexible, and sensitive for a hard-charging ETJ.
Chakotay: very into his private search for self and understanding other viewpoints, but still a stand-alone individual, not a joiner; Harry Kim: constantly thinking about his parents and worried about how his absence might effect them, constantly full of hope and idealism (that THIS time, they're going top get home). Both seem very much "NF" types to me.
I'd peg Scotty a Ti type before Spock even. He proposed more subjective thinking and theoretical workarounds than anyone (besides Kirk maybe), rather than be a steward of objective data or protocol...or what have you. Maybe his down-homey Scottish nature gives him an ESTJ vibe, I don't know, but I don't think he acts like one at all.
Same with Seven. More INTP than Spock.
Neelix is like the alien version of a doting grandma ESFJ.
My guess is either INFJ or possibly INFP. But she's portrayed as the most mature character on the show, which means she's gonna come across as pretty balanced in all areas.
Bartending isn't as sociable a job as it may seem, but it's the perfect job to watch people from without getting especially involved. Especially with all the dim lights. Plus, she rarely seems to seek out other people's company unless they have a problem she has to fix. She seems to prefer to stay in the background. So I don't think she's an E.
She's always giving people the bigger picture and how their problems fit into that (giving them perspective), which suggests N. And she's usually helping people with emotional problems especially, which suggests NF to me.
No clue when it comes to J/P. Leaning towards very balanced J. But she could easily be a P, because she seems (as has been mentioned) to see many different perspectives and she never seems to judge people for their failings.
Edit: I don't think she's a T because she seems more concerned with people than with anything else. And if she were an NT I think she would display a drive towards competence which I don't see in her character.
I have nothing to add to that.
"I absorb energy like a sponge everywhere I go. It allows me to see the world and my purpose in it." Zak Bagans, Ghost Adventures (INFJ)
B'Elanna's too emotionally volatile to be an ESTJ, even one who's in the grip of inferior Fi.
Originally Posted by Jenaphor
Yes, I'm aware of her background. Voyager is one of my fave STs. But the way she flips out on Paris and pretty much everyone around her, doesn't point to an ESTJ.
ExTJs are less emotionally stable than some gives them credit for.
In the NT category ENTJs are the least emotionally stable of the group.
Also in my experience ESTJ flips out on their loved ones from time to time.
This is mostly evident due to their hugely observable natures.
Also I agree with Kdude is his typing of her as an ESTJ.