What makes the OP think that F does not prune N input?
It still does. It just has different criteria.
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It does Hap... except for most abstract problems, F values don't get involved. Slower working tertiary and shadow T means more time for N to mess around.
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Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley
Did you mean less common? If so, as per this website the order would actually be SJ, SP, NF, NT, with there being approximately 7 percent more SP women than NF women. And the same order for men.
Yes, I did mean less common. Thanks.
And as for stats...I'm not sure which is correct, really. I think I know more NF women than SP personally, but that's not really much to go on by itself.
I got that info from the wiki on MBTI, but it could be wrong. Perhaps the sample size of 3000 people was too small.
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