Originally Posted by Juice
So do you think you're an INFJ or ENFJ?
You seem pretty extroverted to me, but, then again, people often mistake me for an extrovert, both online and irl...
Looking at these second results, I realize I hadn't thought of something when looking at your first ones: you could have be extensively using your auxiliary loop (Ni+Ti).
Especially for someone who was in your situation, I could see how they could develop their Ti like that.
It could also make you look like more of an INFJ on these kinds of tests (based on functional strength, as opposed to functional order).
(Check out question #3 below for more on this topic...)
It would be like throwing me into an environment where I'd have to use a lot of Se.
I might engage my aux loop (Te+Se), and so much so I might look more like an ENTJ, or even an ESFP.
Nevertheless, in person, I'd probably seem more just like a somewhat introverted ENTJ, or extroverted INTJ.
Kinda like your results showing as an INFJ, but you really being an ENFJ.
It all makes a good deal of sense.
So, a couple questions:
1. Do you think Ti is actually your new dominant function?I gotta say: you ENFJs are throwing up some really interesting results...
2. If not, what do you think is your dominant function?
3. If Fe, why do you think it didn't score as your top function on this test? Problem with the wording of the Fe prompts on the test? Perhaps your Fe is dominant (you seem like a pretty friendly, affable guy to me), but you've just consciously worked a lot on developing your other functions (Ti, especially), and so those might show up as "stronger" or "more developed", but Fe is still always running there in the background, as your genuine dominant function?
4. Do you think your Ti is as highly developed as that of an INTP or ENTP, or do you just think it's highly developed for an ENFJ, but still not as developed as it would be in your average NTP?
I always thought your functional stacking was the oddest of any type...
And now you guys are adding even stranger permutations to an already odd mixture...