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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    ISFP have a more easy going tempo. ENFP are more faster paced.
    Are there any movie scenes where an ISFP and an ENFP are interacting?

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    it is possible to be an SP with freakishly high Ne... it's also possible to be an N with freakishly high Se... which feels more comfortable and natural to you?
    Yeah I am not sure which is more natural to me. I am not sure.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    i don't know but it would be interesting to see a system that grouped people by their top 4 or 5 most preferred functions rather than the way it is because there's obvious differences amongst types with varying preference strengths.

    have you taken the cognitive function test?
    what are your top 4 or 5?
    That would be interesting. I can't remember if I have taken it... where can I take it?
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    OH yeah... I tried going there once before but it gave me an error and some other links and when I clicked I just got lost in all of this website business...



    Error 404 - We are sorry but this page doesn't exist!



    Please click here and bookmark 16types.com - The Type Practitioner's Choice

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    oh yeah? hmm...let me look.
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    What determines the order of those functions for the different types, anyway?
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    my first two are always pretty much tied, so I go with one of those two and the one in third place to choose my type

    (Se/Ne, Ti...)

    I chose the primary function that felt most comfortable to me and that's how I ended up here!
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    So it's more like the "average" order or something, what is typical for the most people? When they say Dominant, Auxiliary, Tertiary, Inferior, I mean...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    oh yeah? hmm...let me look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    thanks...i was looking and not seeing it.

    somewhere there's an enfp cognitive function thread too but can't find it.
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    gromit,

    One thing that I find ever so useful is to look at a type's negative traits. As we all grow and mature, we either develop lesser functions (or depending on your perspective, learn to use our main functions to mimic those other functions), and so all the "good features" of an individual don't seem to belong to any one type. However, our weak spots tend to be fairly specific, and since we focus on correcting those, we can remember that they were our weak spots before we learned to deal with them.

    Use the weak spots you currently have or remember having overcome, and use those to figure out what type you are based on the weak spots of ISFP and ENFP.

    Either way, remember that you're a really cool person whatever type you are. It's about discovering yourself, not about "being correct."
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