You have yet to prove as much.Ok, you are ready to change your typing, but your typing still worng.
He was a hoodlum as a kid, and throughout the show he displays strong dexterity with the hands-on tasks associated with that. He's usually the one who breaks into houses, and according to his brother, as a teenager he was "quicker with a flathead screwdriver than most people with a key." He further appears to become spontaneously reckless under stress, often recurring to House-like antics he would not otherwise consider.By the way, show me the inferior Se with Foreman.
I could see Chase being reluctant to act in a deductive manner (this could as easily be a sign of introversion as sensing), and Taub and Foreman are, as established already, more comfortable working with with Te than Ni (which is rather common for intuitive Judgers). Cameron and Wilson show no discomfort with theoretical discussions, and Thirteen for one displays outright enthusiasm for them -- particularly when they engage a subject that touches upon her personal values (Ne Fi).But they are disclinded. They deal with theory because House is the boss but it's not all their more natural way of acting. They are often skeptical to his exibit intuitions because they are focused on physical data wich say the contrary. House M.D show that sensors can be open to the intuitive side but that it's not their more natural way to act, that's all.