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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Well, I decided I'm probably more thinking than intuitive a few weeks ago... and I'm certainly no Ti-dominant. So ESTJ is the best fit.
    Fair enough

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    Well, I'd say I'm more responding than initiating (and I'm definitely informing). I do sometimes try and initiate things because all my friends are lazy and I want to do things, but I really prefer not to if possible. For some reason, I was put as the leader of a group to work on something once, for some reason, and that turned out pretty awful. The group wouldn't listen to me, they didn't understand what I wanted, I couldn't make any decisions, or if I did they ignored them, and I became entirely disinterested rather quickly. I actually suck at working with people altogether. I think that makes me more likely INTP.
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    By the way, could a strong T perhaps confuse informing and directing a little? I was just thinking that with some strong NTPs, they can be more direct and unfriendly, even though they are supposedly informing.
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    I don't think that this is a 100% certain indicator, really. I think this can be largely effected by cultural differences, and not be 100% anyway. For example, some male ESFJs seem directive, because that is a typical behavioural attitude, and Fe tries to emulate it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sherlock Holmes View Post
    By the way, could a strong T perhaps confuse informing and directing a little? I was just thinking that with some strong NTPs, they can be more direct and unfriendly, even though they are supposedly informing.
    T is either directing or structure-focused, or both. Both for TJ's, just plain directive for STP's, and structure-focused, though informative for NTP's. Structure-focus is sort of another kind of "directive"; basically a counterpart of that factor, but for Keirsey's temperaments instead of the Interaction Styles. Both factors determine people vs task focus, or agreeableness.

    So the T is what gives the otherwise informative NTP's their critical, "directive"-like edge.
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    INTP? hmmm.. that really doesn't seem right.
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    Some sort of NF other than ENFJ. Don't have enough info to narrow it further, but INFJ seems fairly correct.

    Socionics, INFp-Ni.

    EDIT: Don't worry, I got ENTJ on this thing. It's miscalibrated anyway... there's no way ENFPs are affiliative.


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    It was just a little scary when every trait of one particular type, was correct. Makes you wonder how long scientists thought over, and kept re-checking this personality system, until it was finally completed (excuse me if I said anything inappropriate as I really don't know who came up with the MBTI method)
    This was really helpful, Thank you.
    Guess its INFJ for me......

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    Directing/Informing - Informing, most of the time. Directing only under stress or when I'm irritated, when I become "like a boss" (oh, Te!)

    Initiating/Responding - I'm an initiator, in the most of situations. Only in some few cases responding.

    Abstract/Concrete - Totally abstract!

    Affiliative/Pragmatic - Affiliative.

    ENFP.

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    Ahh... I forgot about this great thread!

    IMO, it should be stickied so I can find it again without having to wait for another person to reply to it. :/

    Also, apparently I am ISFP or ISTP.

    *edit* WOW! I'm blind! It is stickied. I'm a bit slow at times...
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