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    Okay, I've seen a chart that compares MBTI and Hippocrates' four temperaments with four different Winnie the Pooh characters. And, since I'm still not all that familiar with all the MBTI types, I've decided to make you guys identify yourself as one of the more familiar "Pooh Bear" types. Here is a chart correlating MBTI with the four Pooh Bear types. (NOTE: Being married to an INFP, I personally disagree with their diagnosis of "Rabbit"; so, feel free to modify these "diagnosisi" if you feel it's necessary.)

    Me? I'm an Eeyore-Pooh (melancholy phlegmatic)
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    With the chosen characters, I would put Pooh as the Choleric/NF, Eeyore as Phlegmatic/NT, Rabbit as the Melancholic/SJ, and Tigger as the Sanguine/SP.

    However, I think Owl would be a better representation of NT, and Piglet of NF (sometimes).

    Of the characters, I would say Piglet with tendencies towards Owl. (Which matches well with my Enneagram, 4w5)

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    Meh. I am not a big fan of four-type personality theories (represented by "humor" style interpretations).

    I just can't categorize things using them, they're not precise enough for me...

    I'm also not very sure about Pooh characters. Eeyore's ISFJ-pessimistic but ISFP-phlegmatic. Tigger's an ExFP, prob'bly. Rabbit's neurotic/OCD (which is usually more ISTJ or potentially ESFJ? I don't know). Pooh is an FP.
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    I sort of vacillate between Owl and Tigger, with occasional bouts of Eeyore thrown in.

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    Rabbit is an SJ, Linus is an N, Lucy isn't an NF. I view Pooh as being more F. I don't know. The chart annoyed me.
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    I think Pooh is ISFP.
    Rabbit is ESTJ.
    Eeyore is ISTP/J.
    Piglet is ISFJ.
    Tigger is ENFP.

    Charlie Brown is ISFJ.
    Linus is INTP.
    Lucy is ESTJ.
    Peppermint Patty is ESTP.
    Marcie is ISTJ.
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    I LOVED Winnie the Pooh as a kid. I disagree completely that Rabbit is an NF - ITJ. He's not very compassionate and he's constantly cantankerous, anal, and condescending. He seems to care more about his garden than his friends sometimes. He's also cleanly.

    Pooh is without a doubt an F, probably an FP. Piglet is very scared and sweet, but I have no idea what his type is. ISF?

    Eeyore, oh Eeyore, is always melancholy, poor little guy. He seems to experience crushing feelings of meaninglessness. I don't know what type that's indicative of. Tigger is ESFX without a doubt in my mind. Always bouncing and visiting people and being lively.

    Owl - IXTX. He's usually in his treehouse and he reads a lot, I think. He seems to be the guy everyone goes to for advice in the Hundred-Acre Wood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Meh. I am not a big fan of four-type personality theories (represented by "humor" style interpretations).

    I just can't categorize things using them, they're not precise enough for me...

    I'm also not very sure about Pooh characters. Eeyore's ISFJ-pessimistic but ISFP-phlegmatic. Tigger's an ExFP, prob'bly. Rabbit's neurotic/OCD (which is usually more ISTJ or potentially ESFJ? I don't know). Pooh is an FP.
    you can't even use it for core motivations/drives? I find that really helps me. Biggest inner hungers, etc.
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    It may help to use Keirsey's SJ (right behavior), SP (freedom to respond in the moment), NT (it has to make logical sense) & NF (must not disrupt harmony in other's lives) as a foundation for classification of characters. It may also help with the confusion between temperaments and personality types to look at personality types as temperament-specific modes of expression. With that as a basis for assessment, here goes;
    Pooh - ISFP
    Rabbit - ESTJ
    Piglet - INFP
    Eeyore - INFP (maybe- he manifests the existential despair that INFPs can
    struggle with but also the profound skepticism and disappointment
    in people and events that can drag SJs down (especially ISTJs)
    Tigger - ESFP
    Owl - ENTJ
    Last edited by mljacksonmft; 09-19-2010 at 12:14 AM. Reason: owl more likely an extravert than an introvert

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