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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsherlockholmes View Post
    Occasionally, a Ps topic of interest can lead to J-like success. Not saying this is the case here, but it can happen.
    INTPs can really seem like Js sometimes too. especially if they're doing what they really are into. and i suppose, techincally, that if they are engaging Ti, they really are in Judging mode.

    still, he comes off a bit more removed to me when talking about things he's really into than the INTPs i live with. but they are just two out of many, so who knows

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    Default Mark Zuckerberg: Introvert, yet Te-dominant

    Mark Zuckerberg is causing me a lot of problems.

    The Jungian model of cognitive functions specifies that you have:

    - a dominant function, which you are at ease using.
    - an auxiliary function, which is complimentary to the dominant function.
    - a puerile funciton, which is halfway unconcious, and which you are somewhat childish while using.
    - a repressed function, which is mostly unconcious, and which you are very awkward using.

    Now looking into Zuckerberg-interviews, we frequently see him engaging in gratituous promotion-talk about various speicific features on Facebook (Se). This would seem to indicate, that Se is his puerile, that is, 3rd funciton. Furthermore, when asked personal questions, he seems to shy away from them and close the subject very quickly. This would indicate, that Fi is his repressed function.

    Yet reading articles about him, it seems the people around him experience him as an introvert. So he may be something as strange as a Ni-Te-Se-Fi user, if that is at all possible. He may not fit the MBTI model that well. Or I may be be resisting the obvious conclusion of INTJ :p

    Furthermore, there is a famous interview, where he litterally melts into awkwardness. He is enticed to take off his jacket and it is revealed that the "company hoodie" contains a very
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackwater View Post
    Mark Zuckerberg is causing me a lot of problems.

    Now looking into Zuckerberg-interviews, we frequently see him engaging in gratituous promotion-talk about various speicific features on Facebook (Se). This would seem to indicate, that Se is his puerile, that is, 3rd funciton. Furthermore, when asked personal questions, he seems to shy away from them and close the subject very quickly. This would indicate, that Fi is his repressed function.

    Reading wayyy too much into that. All this shows is that he's an introverted thinker.

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    this thread is ridiculous. I cannot think of a more stereotypical INTP than Mark Zuckerberg. INTP 5w6 Sp/So
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    that's funny because people keep writing me on how he's INTJ / ENTJ. people who've read about him, researched him. I'm not saying he isn't INTP, though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    this thread is ridiculous. I cannot think of a more stereotypical INTP than Mark Zuckerberg. INTP 5w6 Sp/So
    That's what I thought too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackwater View Post
    Mark Zuckerberg is causing me a lot of problems.

    The Jungian model of cognitive functions specifies that you have:

    - a dominant function, which you are at ease using.
    - an auxiliary function, which is complimentary to the dominant function.
    - a puerile funciton, which is halfway unconcious, and which you are somewhat childish while using.
    - a repressed function, which is mostly unconcious, and which you are very awkward using.

    Now looking into Zuckerberg-interviews, we frequently see him engaging in gratituous promotion-talk about various speicific features on Facebook (Se). This would seem to indicate, that Se is his puerile, that is, 3rd funciton. Furthermore, when asked personal questions, he seems to shy away from them and close the subject very quickly. This would indicate, that Fi is his repressed function.

    Yet reading articles about him, it seems the people around him experience him as an introvert. So he may be something as strange as a Ni-Te-Se-Fi user, if that is at all possible. He may not fit the MBTI model that well. Or I may be be resisting the obvious conclusion of INTJ :p

    Furthermore, there is a famous interview, where he litterally melts into awkwardness. He is enticed to take off his jacket and it is revealed that the "company hoodie" contains a very
    Te = external. That's the function the world see's.

    INTJ's don't expose the their dom Ni as much. (since it's introverted).

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    Jews have funny last names. Regardless of what his MBTI type is, I think we can all agree on that.


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    Mark Z = INTJ 5w6 Sp/So.
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    I don't know what type this squirrelly fucker is, TBH.

    I know he's NOT INTJ or ENTJ, though. I'm actually leaning towards INTP or ISFJ for him.

    At any rate, he was SO awkward in that one interview that I had to keep pausing it to recover from second-hand embarrassment before I could continue.
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