ESFJs are all about control. In the AD&D, she is a lawful neutral for who the most important is that people keep their place. Fe-dom is about to control people, not for logical reasons but because we affectively need it. The inferior Ti submit to Fe make you mistype the quest for omniscience and objective category and criteria, with a need to applies theses standards and make conform the group to this, even if we have to enforce it.Doesn't have to be a Fe dom to have those traits. In fact she si quite edgy, readily force the rules on everyone (except House whom she fails to do so), fires people when she has to, runs things smoothly and efficiently (much like any SJ), blackmails people (told wilson that she wouldn't recommend him), cuts people's salaries (cut Foreman's salary when she realized he wouldn't be able to go anywhere).
In an episode, the hospital is hit by a general epidemy, wich alarmed Cuddy. Cameron ask to House why she's so alarmed and House answer that the hospital is "her baby". That resume her general attitude to her job and to her employees. Cuddy is fundamentaly dependent and logic is jus an alibi to keep peoples under control, and she usually invokes emotional element to defend her order, in balance with House who is almost his opposite. Almost because thay are both extrovert and confrontationals. But that's all. I post again my link BTW (Kicking Lettuce: Pop Culture Personality Profiling: House M.D.) where you can read this:Now tell me who is maternalistic.
Dr. Lisa Cuddy - Best Guess: ESFJ - Cuddy is quick to balance House's strong T and open-ended ways with a more grounded and judicious--but ultimately emotional--element (FJ). As the supervisor of the staff, she follows (and enforces) the rules accordingly (SJ). It is no wonder, that though she is a gifted doctor she has rose to an administrative position. She does not hesitate to confront House on any matter that is questionable (E) and she is one of the few who will not let him walk all over her authority. She is a quick guardian of the patients anytime she sees House acting inconsiderately and is quick to act on behalf of their feelings. Strongest Letter(s): FJOf course, but even ESFJs who want to take bad boy under their wings are rather realistic about their jerkyness, wich Cameron forget as much as possible to retain just the positive aspects of House. Moreover, she does'nt think just that the could make House better because they could be happy in athe daily life then, but because she think that it's humanitary important for the big picture. Above all, Cameron is Chaotic Good on the AD&D, and follow strictly her own behalf, visions and values without any consideration for etablished guidelines or The Power That Be. Because of Ni, she's pretty involved in the pure diagnostic conception, more than an ESFJ would be. I quote from my link again:Girls love to take bad boys under their wings and turn them in to butterflies. This is why bad boys always get the hottest, prettiest girl. That doesn't prove she is a NF.
But I think she's a JDr. Allison Cameron - Best Guess: ENFP - Cameron is easily the most impulsive (P) and sensitive member on the team (F). She is quick to make (or deny) medical judgements based on her feelings. Though not extremely extroverted, she is usually the one initialing conversations (E). She tends to be very idealistic (NF) in her outlook--not only with the patients--but even with the other doctors. House, who is notoriously rude and insensitive, does not phase Cameron. She has always had a (small) romantic interest in him and tends to idealize him for what he does (a brilliant doctor) than for what he is (obnoxious). If there is one doctor who would do something out of her own goodwill and beliefs, it is Cameron. She did step outside of her normal character briefly with her casual "flings" with Dr. Chase. While he became emotionally vested, she did not in a very curious T-like move. However, she may have been fooling herself as the couple did get together later on. Strongest Letter(s): NF
If you really want to understand Chase, you must know that he's an unhealthy 9w8 ISTP: disengaged, selfish comfort-seeker, lazy and in lack of touch with his true feelings and spiritual needs. So, even if House treats him a lot, he doe'snt care because he's not personally affected by this, his job in the House's team in rather well payed, not too tiring, and any way, he've not any real project of self-improving.He is a live and live let type of person. Not at all a I love everyone, I hate conflict type ISFP. And House ill treats him a lot. An ISTP would have left House a long time ago. But Chase doesn't. He gets kicked out by House but comes back, ISTPs are not the type who usually does that. And even if they do they would wait for an opportunity to slit a throat. He got many. But didn't use.
To sell for pure money, maybe not, but basically, Chase know were the power is and were his interest is and have no guilt to survey a little House for the hierarchy if he can have some advantage in exange, like an immunity to any atempt from House to eject him from the team. When House know this, he isolate Chase, hoping to can confront them and discourage him to continue:Although you claimed that he sells information, I don't remember him doing that EVER.
House:"So, you're selling information to Cuddy about me, yes?"
Chase:"So, I'm leaving, I've got some job to do now, have a good day."
And then leave.
That is ISTP.
In the team, Chase is the total opposite of Cameron. Cameron is totally involved, Chase is disengaged. Cameron always prone sensitivity and cooperation. Chase always prone logic, realism and (his) selfish interest etc.