"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray
Non-g intelligences are poorly supported by evidence. Multiple Intelligences theory is more a representation of different skill sets and personality factors than some kind of inherent aptitude. So it seems rather obvious that certain personality archetypes are going to bias the multiple intelligences result.
Complaints aside, mine go something like this:
All of which are traceable to various aspects of my upbringing :/
My most common type accusation is generally ENTP, so there you go. Although I don't really agree with it.
The beauty of a living thing is not the atoms that go into it, but the way those atoms are put together. ~ rCoxI ~ INfj ~ 5w6 so/sp
Ahem. If I drink wine I prefer red merlot but really ALL alcohol tastes kind of bad to just be drinking for drinking sake (meaning not cooking with it or pairing it with foods to enhance food flavors or just trying to get buzzed). Plus I like the taste of beer better than wine. Champagne would be after beer. I guess I just like bubbles/carbonation. But overall, I'm not an alcohol lover. It's not the greatest taste in the world to me.
I have had two very good wines, which I will never forget but unfortunately never found out what they were and what they were called. One was a lovely red, which I had when I was 21. It literally had the aftertaste of a very dark chocolate. It was from a South Australia vine yard. The other one was a very crisp white, and it went down really smooth, with the meal I had(prawns if I remember correctly) I got quite sozzled, it went down so easily. I think that was a New Zealand wine. It was kinda applely. I wish I'd write these things down.
Merlot for INFP sounds good.
Currently submerged under an avalanche of books and paper work. I may come back up for air from time to time.
Real life awaits and she is a demanding mistress.
I have some experience with sports, and I can tell you where and how some intuitives can be advantaged: - in cycling, intuitives can often tolerate pain, cold, heat better than sensors, just zoning out. Downside: sometimes they don't understand well their own physical condition. - in soccer, provided that they have good technique and reflexes (something which can be honed with practice), intuitives can help design a "big picture" scheme as midfielders, can predict how another player and-or another teammate will move and thus either intercept the ball and-or make a nice pass
- in basketball, they can be good at out-of-the-box solutions and-or schemes in terms of passess, movements, etc.
Pain tolerance has nothing to do with how intuitive you are. The rest of the post is similarly wrong.