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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    Why men dont listen & why women dont read maps
    by A&B Pease


    Hi

    Ive been reading the above book recently (really funny), and wondered if NTs are exclusively male brained?

    Heres the test (its different than the one in the book but it will give you the gist):

    brainsex matters - Live, love and learn to the full

    Are NTs more male brained (even if Female)? I've met a few guys who are ENxP - who I think possibly have female brains....


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    I scored 9/20.

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    5/20 (moderately male)
    Index fingers are much shorter than ring fingers (strongly male?)

    -Female INTP

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    9/20

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    Male, 5/20, index fingers are both somewhat shorter

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    I got eleven, which means my brain is more balanced, but slightly more female.

    And I've got the female hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    I remember seeing somwthing where they visited a female rugby team, and all of them had a longer ring finger. And I'm guessing there have been studies on it.)
    It's supposed to signify more testosterone.

    In my case, I find it odd because I'm not an aggressive tomboy at all. I'm super girly and mostly gentle.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    Female INFJ, scored 10/20. Index and ring fingers look like they are the same length but ring fingers may be ever so slightly longer. And people not being able to reverse park properly is one of my pet peeves.

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    In the book the scale is something like -40 to 149 is male, 150 to 180 is the area of crossover, and 181 to 370 is female.

    I scored a 65. Also, the sequel, Why Men Don't Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes is excellent as well.
    I (89%) N (88%) T (88%) P (56%)

    Ti > Ne > Ni > Te > Si = Se > Fi > Fe

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    I got 7. Some male-brained questions sounded like "are you a dumb jock or not?". I really don't love this kind of books, I can't see myself in 70 percent of the typical male behaviors (and there's no question about my sexuality or my appearance or my voice, all stereotypically male; my ring finger is significantly longer than my index finger).
    ENTj 7-3-8 sx/sp

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    it does seem that NT women do have a slightly male brain....

    for those interested in their finger length thing... I read something up on this about fetility years ago... there hs been studies on length and fetility......

    Michael E. Mills reviews Digit Ratio: A Pointer to Fertility, Behavior and Health by John T. Manning

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