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    Quote Originally Posted by ObliviousExistence View Post
    is that a trick question or are you just stupid?
    sosionics intp = mbti intj

    you could have just wrote that on topic title..
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    this has nothing to do with socionics. I am also assuming that Isabel Myerrs understanding of dominant cognitive functions is based on Jungs "most differentiated" function-types. I have made a few assumptions, I'm just putting it out there with all the data for people to make up their own mind on the matter. The point is to promote awareness, encourage discussion on compare conclusions and opinions on this by going straight to the source(Jung).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ObliviousExistence View Post
    this has nothing to do with socionics. I am also assuming that Isabel Myerrs understanding of dominant cognitive functions is based on Jungs "most differentiated" function-types. I have made a few assumptions, I'm just putting it out there with all the data for people to make up their own mind on the matter. The point is to promote awareness, encourage discussion on compare conclusions and opinions on this by going straight to the source(Jung).
    what else are you trying to say except this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    difference between Socionics & Mbti in that the first assigns J/P to dominant, while MBTI assigns it to the extroverted function (which for introverts is the secondary).
    or are you just saying that mbti j/p thing is wrong because jung did this differently and did it first?
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    your jung intp/mbti intj right? you sound just like my friend who (im pretty sure) is an (mbti)intj. he never gets to the point and i always need to force him to say the obvious, hes always rambling about something he tries to say but is unable to say the point of what hes saying
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    Well, INTP's having Ni as their dominant function would most certainly help me make sense of my situation.

    Introverted intuition is my dominant function and I test as INTJ and INTP the most.

    Most of my closest friends,and the people I most easily befriend have been INTP's, so I do get along with them in real life.


    My function use in descending order is as follows:

    Ni
    Ne=Te
    Fi
    Ti

    I use all of these with almost equal frequency because of how context dependent they are.

    I'm awkward with Fe, and barely if ever use Se.

    According to that, I don't fit into any MBTI type.

    I haven't been able to find out how they came up with the list of functions that they assign to the various types. Like how INFP's are Fi Ne Si Te. It seems a bit too narrow or downright arbitrary to me.

    What is to say that there can't be INFP's who use Ne more often than Fi?

    If someone could explain how they came up with the functions list for the various types in a way that makes rational sense, I would be very grateful for the lesson.
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    This sounds like it's up socionic's alley, you probably won't get positive results because of the INTPs here's Si and it not lining up with what they know.
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    By what definition of Introverted Intuition? If it is that really long one you posted, can it be summed up in a paragraph or less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    By what definition of Introverted Intuition? If it is that really long one you posted, can it be summed up in a paragraph or less?

    If it could be easily summed up, it wouldn't be Ni.
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    I wonder why speculative pseudo science needs to be this elaborate.

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    OP:

    Since you asked for opinions, here's mine: You're probably an inexperienced, under-developed, egoistic and self-absorbed individual who has a lot of growing up to do. Don't say you're going to say something- say it. Having an audience is a privilege- they owe you nothing. The earlier you learn this lesson, the better.

    Also, bear in mind that reading large chunks of text is worthless if you do not absorb and process the information presented before you. You're wasting your time, and ours. Do something about it.
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