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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecTcelfeR View Post
    My brother got an Nintendo 64 when I was 3? I think I was 3. I enjoy video games. Pretty exciting, I know.
    Are you sure it was a Nintendo 64 and not an NES or Super NES? Because I was 3 when the Nintendo 64 came out, and I'm only 17.
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    That'd make me five or six with that memory. I really have a horrible memory when it comes to physical content.

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    That makes me wonder if you're an ENTP.

    I now have a theory that people with a poor memory for physical content or physical details have a rejected Si or Se.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecTcelfeR View Post
    That'd make me five or six with that memory. I really have a horrible memory when it comes to physical content.
    Heehee! I'm horrible with details for most of my early memories, but I could tell you the time period in which they occurred for all of my memories. What do you think that means type-relatedly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    That makes me wonder if you're an ENTP.

    I now have a theory that people with a poor memory for physical content or physical details have a rejected Si or Se.
    Sounds about right.

    All the S's I know can tell you vividly and for quite some length their memories, while the N's I know are like, "Dude, I don't remember. That was too long ago." My INTP friend especially has a problem with memory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hazashin View Post
    Sounds about right.

    All the S's I know can tell you vividly and for quite some length their memories, while the N's I know are like, "Dude, I don't remember. That was too long ago." My INTP friend especially has a problem with memory.
    Well I think INJs and ENPs would be the worst at it because of a rejected sensing function (especially while young) but I could be wrong. I know an INTP who has a lot of nostalgia...INPs and ENJs have tertiary Sensing so it's usually not as rejected, though it certainly could be undeveloped in some individuals, especially at a very young age. Is your INTP friend still a teenager?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    my great-aunt Kate (and my mother does this too, and so does my uncle) ...have such a loooong memory for the past. My great-aunt Kate could tell you everything that had happened since 1928. My mother is like a walking memory bank of our family, and her childhood..
    Duuuude(ette), I'm jealous! O_O

    I mean, I have a good memory with some things and people compliment me on how good my memory is, but I couldn't at all recall all that has happened since I was 5. Just time periods and overviews of what happened. There's only certain memories in which I have vivid memory detail recall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Is your INTP friend still a teenager?
    Yes, but his Si isn't rejected. In fact, I'm tempted to say he's in a Ti/Si loop, which is why he's so grouchy most of the time except when he's periodically excited and thirsting for adventure in Ne mode. I suppose his Si doesn't associate much with memories.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hazashin View Post
    Duuuude(ette), I'm jealous! O_O

    I mean, I have a good memory with some things and people compliment me on how good my memory is, but I couldn't at all recall all that has happened since I was 5. Just time periods and overviews of what happened. There's only certain memories in which I have vivid memory detail recall.
    I remember personal life experiences and things about people I care about more than details I see as "boring" or "insignificant." In high school I got my Chemistry and Algebra equations mixed up, couldn't remember which formula went with which class sometimes.

    I'm great at remembering song lyrics, though, but that's because I love music. Putting things I have to learn to music is one of the best ways to help me memorize things I needed to learn for classes.

    I somehow don't think it's Si anymore, at least not in a prominent position, because I'm not an Si dom/aux, and I lack most of the other defining qualities of Si, other than my detailed personal memory.

    I'm pretty sure my mom is an ESFP too, and she's a "story teller"...she's a lot like me except she doesn't write her stories down, except for when she was asked to in college. She exaggerates for effect sometimes (my grandparents used to call it "lying" lol) but she remembers all kinds of things about her aunts and uncles and different things about our family and enjoys talking about our family and her past, like telling stories.

    I couldn't tell you the type of my great-aunt Kate, but my grandfather was ISTJ...he didn't like to tell stories as much, but his ESTJ wife noted his ability to recall his personal past very well.

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    The problem is for me I have many early memories but I can't really be certain which one is the actual earlies memory I have. Moreover, some of them may be prompted by family stories. However, as best I can figure my earliest memory is shortly before my 2nd birthday.
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