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    Default Nts and spatial perception?

    Is it a "must" for a NT to be good in spatial perception, because of Intuition??
    Do you have a personally good spatial perception?,

    I do not excell in spatial perception, and wonder, about other opinions.
    My Granddad ,who was an InTP too, had a great spatial perception and he studyied geometry and worked in this field....
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    i am not an NT but the NTs i know have pretty bad visual/spacial perception. of course my view is a little skewed considering only know a handful of NTs (though they are quite close to me).

    the same can be said for most NFs i know.

    there are exceptions to the rules of course
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    His small n should help. I just live inside my brain.

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    I'm good at it. I scored higher in spatial relations than anything else on a standardized test in high school.

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    I'm bad at it, especially considering I have a 99th percentile IQ
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    "Spatial" is therefore more than "visual" and includes abstract, analytical abilities that go beyond seeing images.
    Spatial intelligence is easly to find in any community--architects, contractors, and engineers have it.
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    If INTPs are labeled "The Architects", I would imagine spatial intelligence is at least average in most INTPs. However, I can't vouch for NTs as a whole.

    Out of the two Multiple Intelligences tests I took, Spatial/Visual was my 3rd and 5th highest quotients. However, I believe the "Multiple Intelligences" test is more inclined to treat spatial as being primarily the visual aspect, while in truth it extends beyond that, perhaps to the "Mathematical/Logical" quotients, which are my highest on both tests.

    So really it depends on semantics.
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    Spatial relations is the one thing I've consistantly scored in the top percentile since age 7, but as I've come to realize this is a curse as much as a benefit because social processing/cognition doesn't even break into my threshold of awareness at times - I'm just constantly trying to put "blocks" of things together in my head 24/7

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    My mind is visually oriented and I'm more than able to visualize things, but I have more trouble applying it in the environment. Any visual object that I've expressed is nowhere near the quality of what I conceived beforehand. Take a look at my artwork and notice how out of perspective it is.

    But I do tend to score highest on visual/spatial relations on standardized tests.

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    I can visualize things easily. It's usually the more detailed stuff that's easier. I don't really do well at visualizing the blobs that are used on visualization tests, though.

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    What does it mean? I might have some trouble parking my car, sometimes - not being sure about the distance between the car and another car. However, in the typical "IQ tests", I tend to get 100 percent correct scores in the spatial patterns questions - it's definitely my best area.
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