Just a thought I've been playing with for a while. I tend to get ideas about the unspoken reasons and motivations for people's actions. That is, I will get the measure of someone very quickly (I believe), or think that I can grasp people's exact intentions or reasons for doing things, without too much trouble.
Almost immediately, when looking at a text e.g. for English, I can take what's important out of it, understand multiple layers of meaning and so on and so forth without really thinking about it at all (I will have a cursory read of a text and be able to say with complete confidence when somebody else's interpretation of it is total bull), but then I do the same with conversational written text as well as spoken verbiage. The thing is a lot of the time I turn out to be right. So a dude will say something and I will be like, "Well, if he didn't think this he wouldn't have said xyz and he knows that abc so uvw" and so on, and I will just quickly have this whole elaborate conclusion mapped out in my head that will be, imo, more or less correct. So I will confront people with it and they will rigorously deny that their words had any ulterior intent which is of course obvious rubbish designed to get out of admitting the truth...
Okay, some of that might just be arrogance and overconfidence in my own ability. But I've turned out to be justified in my beliefs a lot of the time, even in the face of brazen denial, so I tend to trust this not-entirely-rational method of just getting information and getting other information out of it without really knowing how. But then it sometimes goes into overdrive, especially if I can't immediately and concretely come to a conclusion about something like this. Because then I will just think and think and think about every possible permutation of the information and come to really wild conclusions and basically be a fair bit paranoid. (But at the same time, what I've sometimes thought might be paranoia has turned out not to be.) And I will read meanings into actions that others will claim had no meaning whatsoever (a claim I will then use to construct a reality in which they knowingly performed apparently meaningful actions in order to make me think they were so when they were in fact not... This of course goes to build my picture of the person, which I still think is correct, to be honest). And so on.
So what is going on here? I'm tempted, based on my limited knowledge of typology, to say it's Ne and Ti at work... But I don't really know. I don't really know if this is of particular note, or not, either; that is I don't know if everyone is like this, although considering the frequency with which people inform me that I am, in fact, crazy, I guess not. But I just thought it was interesting. Your thoughts are welcome.