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    As for T/F, I think that this dimension it is most likely to be the one in which others will mistype you. (in their eyes)
    If nothing they will mistype you because of your gender.

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    T and J

    Who doesn't want to be more organized?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    N.
    Only on MBTI forums do people mistype as Ns very frequently because they see that N is valued. My college required the MBTI in intro seminar courses, and I would say N/S is not confused as often as some here might believe. I mostly see ISFPs mistype as N which isn't surprising considering that many have strong Ni and participate in areas where N is looked upon highly, such as the arts. If anything, Ns mistype as Ss, especially SJs, because being organized, down-to-earth, and hardworking are prized traits.

    I'll agree with heart, especially on J. I/E in a close second.

    However, people mistyping others is a completely different topic.

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    Well it looks that this proably depends on country quite a bit. Since over here social standards are Pish. So people in general don't feel the "need" to feel like Js.

    However I can see why in the US the answer to this question could be J/P.

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    I think it's E/I. Mainly due to the cultural connotations of both terms.

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    When it comes to myself I find the N/S is most difficult. Probably because I frequently test as an ISTP, though the deciding factor was reading the overall profiles for the type and finding INTP was a much better match.

    When deciding others types I'll agree that picking up on an N/S difference is difficult (compounded perhaps by being online) to do, for me noticing a difference in T/F is a bit more obvious.
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    depends what gender we're talking about... what culture, too. For example, i believe Western males will be more biased to select T over F.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    N.
    ya.
    we fukin won boys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Correct.

    The problem is that questions about S/N on tests are often stupid.
    For example if a question is " Is it easy for you to see how things will develope ?" who will say "NO" as an answer?
    besides, that's got more to do with Thinking than iNtuition.
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    Definitely the I/E divide. I can act like the biggest extrovert around a few people that I know very well. But put me around many people I don't know and I can actually feel the energy being drained from me.

    Also, there's the confusion of introversion vs. social anxiety. Of course we know that extroverts too can have a lot of social anxiety.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nocap View Post
    besides, that's got more to do with Thinking than iNtuition.
    No, I disagree.

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