Using a bit of backwards logic, one idea may be to look at "eruptions of the inferior" - or those cases where you over-react, are projecting, and are not like your normal self, and see what description might resonate more. In these cases, you become a bad version of your opposite - so an ENFP would behave like a poor example of an ISTJ. The frequencies of these eruptions might relate to how much stress one is under or forced to operate under their non-preferences.
Introverted Feeling Type (INFP/ISFP) - For an introverted feeling type , projection comes out as a readiness to notice on and comment on mistakes made by other people. Triggers that elicit these eruptions are 1) an atmosphere of negativity and criticism 2) fears of a loss of an important relationship or 3) feeling some perceived personal inadequacy - like not being more prepared for something. When the eruption happens, the introverted feeler can get critical, picky, detailed, irritable, and frustrated. They see incompetence in other people. They can lash out, become blaming and accusatory. This is very much unlike normal introverted feeling type behavior.
Extroverted Intuitive Type (ENFP/ENTP) - Can be sensitive to someone not taking them seriously or can be defensive about ignoring or glossing over facts and details. The triggers of an eruption of the inferior are 1) physical exhaustion and fatigue 2) doing a lot of detailed work and practical matters for an extended period or 3) violation of important values. When the eruptions happens, they withdraw, may become depressed, may have tunnel vision or be obsessive/narrow in their focus. They also might become a bit of a hypocondriac - thinking some physical symptoms might represent some serious illness. Again, these things are very uncharacteristic of how an ENFP/ENTP normally behaves.