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  • ENFP

    90 8.43%
  • ENTP

    77 7.22%
  • INFP

    167 15.65%
  • INTP

    172 16.12%
  • ENFJ

    27 2.53%
  • ENTJ

    30 2.81%
  • INFJ

    131 12.28%
  • INTJ

    115 10.78%
  • ESFP

    8 0.75%
  • ESTP

    15 1.41%
  • ISFP

    33 3.09%
  • ISTP

    32 3.00%
  • ESFJ

    11 1.03%
  • ESTJ

    5 0.47%
  • ISFJ

    17 1.59%
  • ISTJ

    43 4.03%
  • I'm borderline!

    57 5.34%
  • I don't know what I am!

    28 2.62%
  • I'm planning on changing my type again, so I'm picking this one

    9 0.84%
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    Quote Originally Posted by goodgrief View Post
    If they were independent, there would be as many INTPs in the world as their are ISTJs. There's boviously some tendencies, but I don't think it's a major flaw.
    Huh? Not if sensors outnumber intuitives, there wouldn't. Most sources I've read say Ss are three times as common as Ns, so in that case ISTJs would still outnumber INTPs if the four dichotomies are completely independent.

    I think it's more a flaw of the tests than the theory itself. Meaning, some questions that are designed to test only N/S, or only P/J, are actually influenced by both.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ming View Post
    What? What's with all those IN's?

    Where's all the ESFPs.. :steam: I'm lonely dammit.
    So use that ESFP social charm and get more to join.

    Assuming you are an ESFP...I know you've been questioning your S/N preference. If you are an ENFP you have plenty of company here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming View Post
    What? What's with all those IN's?
    This is the internet, in case you haven't noticed. All those INs are basement dwellers interested in geeky stuff, who thus ended up in debate forums.

    Where's all the ESFPs.. :steam:
    Out. if you wanna catch one, go to your nearest nightclub.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    Did you see the stats on the Wikipedia page? There is something I find interesting. Of all the Ss, the majority are Js. Of all the Ns, the majority are Ps. Is there a S-J correlation?
    There is, actually. I assume Judgers, being organized, dutiful and responsible, would be more prone to consider themselves commonsense and fact-based, and thus score S. Perceivers on the other hand, are more likely to be unrealistic, abstract and dreamy - N.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blankpages View Post
    I actually read there is a bit of a correlation: Ns are slightly more likely to be Ps than Ss. That is one of the major criticisms of the theory: the four dichotomies aren't completely independent.

    I think the correlation is pretty small though.
    The correlation is actually extremely high. Only 15% of Judgers are N (8% of the general population), but 40% of Perceivers are so (19% of the general population).
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    Wow, when I look at that and compare people's type now.

    They change.

    A lot.

    I'm surprised to see people's previous types.

    Some make perfect sense, some don't.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    There is, actually. I assume Judgers, being organized, dutiful and responsible, would be more prone to consider themselves commonsense and fact-based, and thus score S. Perceivers on the other hand, are more likely to be unrealistic, abstract and dreamy - N.
    I think that some NJs test NP for that reason, or borderline J/P.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    The correlation is actually extremely high. Only 15% of Judgers are N (8% of the general population), but 40% of Perceivers are so (19% of the general population).
    Where are you getting these stats from, homes?

    I think there's more of a correlation between how people test and the nature of those test questions (i.e., the creator associating Ns with Perception and that bias coloring the questions and results, etc) than any real correlation between Sensing/iNtuition-Perceving/Judging.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neptunesnet View Post
    Where are you getting these stats, homes?
    Myers-Briggs website.

    I think there's more of a correlation between how people test and the nature of those test questions (i.e., the creator associating Ns with Perception and that bias coloring the questions and results, etc) than any real correlation between Sensing/iNtuition-Perceving/Judging.
    I doubt the bias here is in the test makers' end. Decently designed Myers-Briggs tests simply measure whether a person is abstract and theoretical, or concrete and detail-oriented.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I think that some NJs test NP for that reason, or borderline J/P.
    This is true too. Overall, the Intuitive mode of operation is just extremely at odds with the Judger mentality. It's hard for Js to stop being tightasses long enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    I doubt the bias here is in the test makers' end. Decently designed Myers-Briggs tests simply measure whether a person is abstract and theoretical, or concrete and detail-oriented.
    I would agree... I think the MBTI-makers do have pre-conceptions about what the relative proportion of E vs I, N vs S, F vs T, and J vs P should be... but they "tune" new versions independently on each axis.

    One could argue that the SJ and NP correlation represent a failure to correctly partition those concepts (perhaps they should be modified to better match the Big 5?) but I don't think it's necessarily a flaw in the tests, per se.

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