The SJ stereotype I'm most familiar with is the black and whiteness, the not reading between the lines (ie. not reading into symbolism, sticking with face-value). SJs seem to live in a world of, and describe life as, visually descriptive ad copy, as prose, versus the NP's world of poetry and possibilities. A log book full of concrete information versus a link list of concepts and potentials. Is this incorrect? Whether E or I, T or F, is this stereotype not "true"?
I propose a test. Read George Meredith's "Lucifer in Starlight." What is Meredith trying to represent metaphorically in this poem?