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  • ENFP

    92 8.49%
  • ENTP

    79 7.29%
  • INFP

    168 15.51%
  • INTP

    172 15.88%
  • ENFJ

    27 2.49%
  • ENTJ

    30 2.77%
  • INFJ

    136 12.56%
  • INTJ

    118 10.90%
  • ESFP

    8 0.74%
  • ESTP

    16 1.48%
  • ISFP

    33 3.05%
  • ISTP

    32 2.95%
  • ESFJ

    11 1.02%
  • ESTJ

    5 0.46%
  • ISFJ

    17 1.57%
  • ISTJ

    43 3.97%
  • I'm borderline!

    57 5.26%
  • I don't know what I am!

    30 2.77%
  • I'm planning on changing my type again, so I'm picking this one

    9 0.83%
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  1. #161
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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    ok, ISFJ right here
    Now the fun can begin. Ready? Lets alphabetize all our cans lol.
    Stay away from my cans! (they're organized by the date I bought them... )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synthetic Darkness View Post
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    (both somewhat ironic smilies, no?)
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    This could have already been touched on in this thread but I am too lazy to read all of the posts, so I will just say it with the risk of being redundant. Why so many N's? Are online forums an N thing? Or perhaps interest in Myers-Briggs is an N thing? Has this been discussed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace View Post
    This could have already been touched on in this thread but I am too lazy to read all of the posts, so I will just say it with the risk of being redundant. Why so many N's? Are online forums an N thing? Or perhaps interest in Myers-Briggs is an N thing? Has this been discussed?
    I think Ns are far more likely to be interested in psychological theory than Ss. This page gives the distribution of mbti types among psychologists (all psychologists, not just therapists). 85% intuitive types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blankpages View Post
    I think Ns are far more likely to be interested in psychological theory than Ss. This page gives the distribution of mbti types among psychologists (all psychologists, not just therapists). 85% intuitive types.
    I knew INFJs often tended to be Psychologists but I didn't realize it translated over to N's in general. Thanks for the link!

    Side question: Does anyone know the percentage of N's vs. S's in the general population? I thought I read somewhere it was 30% N's, 70% S's.

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    Screw it, I'm an ISFP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace View Post
    I knew INFJs often tended to be Psychologists but I didn't realize it translated over to N's in general. Thanks for the link!

    Side question: Does anyone know the percentage of N's vs. S's in the general population? I thought I read somewhere it was 30% N's, 70% S's.
    You're welcome. I always find these kinds of stats interesting.

    I've read the same 70/30 statistic about S/N breakdown in the population, but I've heard varying estimates, ranging from 60% to 75% sensors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blankpages View Post
    You're welcome. I always find these kinds of stats interesting.

    I've read the same 70/30 statistic about S/N breakdown in the population, but I've heard varying estimates, ranging from 60% to 75% sensors.
    Hmm why is this? have any idea? Yeah it makes me kinda sad too- I feel like sad panda.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thinkinjazz View Post
    Hmm why is this? have any idea? Yeah it makes me kinda sad too- I feel like sad panda.
    Why are you sad, sad panda?

    I'm not sure whether you're wondering why the stats vary, or why sensors outnumber intuitives in the general population, or why intuitives are overrepresented among psychologists. Which do you mean?

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    I've waited with voting on this thread. I didn't want to add to the "borderline" category, so I wanted to know if I'm extravert or introvert.
    I've found a real-life fellow ENTP who loves books and reading as much as I do. Now I know for sure: this doesn't make you an introvert.

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