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    What ok fine I'm back! You have all the information you need to determine your own type. Just go read the descriptions for yourself and see what you relate to. http://www.typelogic.com/.

    If you are testing as ESTP then that's probably it. Even if you mistype you will find out later that you did when you interact with people of that type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    Yes, I'm sure it's normal, my point is just that it makes less sense to associate the results with a specific type.
    You learned that lesson from my personality test.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badger055 View Post
    @valaki
    What ok fine I'm back! You have all the information you need to determine your own type. Just go read the descriptions for yourself and see what you relate to. http://www.typelogic.com/.

    If you are testing as ESTP then that's probably it. Even if you mistype you will find out later that you did when you interact with people of that type.
    Hey there :p

    Thanks for the link, I saw those, I'm kind of 50/50 on the descriptions. (ESTP / ISTP)

    But, yeah, not much else can be said about my type at the moment



    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    You learned that lesson from my personality test.
    Uh-huh. If you mean that I didn't score terribly high for even the top two types.. ok

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    So. Is there such a thing as a somewhat contemplative ESTP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    Well alright maybe someone can analyse the uh, communication that was happening here. Nice chance for experts to hone typology related analytical skills

    Was this then really a Ti - Te conflict here?
    Usually when I have that kind of reaction to someone it's an ENTP. Ne loves to over complicate things and it drives me mad. If you didn't say you were into sports I would think you are an ENTP.

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    After reading through all of this, you're either ESTP, or ENTJ. I am out of practice with this, so I am not certain, but I am leaning to the latter.

    You're E/I and P/J axis's are close enough that sorting them is inconsequential. It will come out naturally from the functions.

    The easiest thing to eliminate F types. Fx is not in any of your top slots. You can use it if needed be, but it's something you largely disregard.

    I see you on the Se/Ni axis pretty clearly. It's odd that both of them seem equally strong. It's for this reason that I lean slightly more to ENTJ. If you were ESTP I would see you expressing much more disdain and or inability to use it well, and I have seen one too many signs of it as it being taken advantage of often.

    If you're ENTJ, it seems that your Se is stronger than your Ni. This isn't as odd as it may sound. It seems like a really common pattern for types to have their primary and tertiary functions squash out the secondary. To the point in some cases where secondary is rendered useless, or begins to look like a totally different function (that has happened to me). ENTJ would also put Fi as inferior, which you have largely considered inconsequential. Pretty common for Te doms.

    So yeah! That's all I got.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badger055 View Post
    Usually when I have that kind of reaction to someone it's an ENTP. Ne loves to over complicate things and it drives me mad. If you didn't say you were into sports I would think you are an ENTP.
    I do test ENTP or ESTP in some dichotomy tests but I don't relate to Ne that much. Usually when I'm told I'm overcomplicating it's usually focus on logical details, in my case.


    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    After reading through all of this, you're either ESTP, or ENTJ. I am out of practice with this, so I am not certain, but I am leaning to the latter.

    You're E/I and P/J axis's are close enough that sorting them is inconsequential. It will come out naturally from the functions.
    What did you see as J/P being close to each other?


    The easiest thing to eliminate F types. Fx is not in any of your top slots. You can use it if needed be, but it's something you largely disregard.
    Agreed


    I see you on the Se/Ni axis pretty clearly. It's odd that both of them seem equally strong. It's for this reason that I lean slightly more to ENTJ. If you were ESTP I would see you expressing much more disdain and or inability to use it well, and I have seen one too many signs of it as it being taken advantage of often.
    Heh I don't actually know how often I take advantage of Ni, compared to a Ni-dom for example. That would be nice to compare.

    But yeah I do feel the same way about this Se/Ni thing as you say. Though I would need to differentiate Ni from Ti a bit better. Whatever I think is Ti, do you see it all as Ni?

    There's some Ni things that I do view with "disdain", though. And there's some things that took me a really long time to make sense of. But most of Ni is pretty cool


    If you're ENTJ, it seems that your Se is stronger than your Ni. This isn't as odd as it may sound. It seems like a really common pattern for types to have their primary and tertiary functions squash out the secondary. To the point in some cases where secondary is rendered useless, or begins to look like a totally different function (that has happened to me). ENTJ would also put Fi as inferior, which you have largely considered inconsequential. Pretty common for Te doms.
    Hmm... and do you see Te as well?


    So yeah! That's all I got.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post

    What did you see as J/P being close to each other?

    Agreed

    Heh I don't actually know how often I take advantage of Ni, compared to a Ni-dom for example. That would be nice to compare.

    But yeah I do feel the same way about this Se/Ni thing as you say. Though I would need to differentiate Ni from Ti a bit better. Whatever I think is Ti, do you see it all as Ni?

    There's some Ni things that I do view with "disdain", though. And there's some things that took me a really long time to make sense of. But most of Ni is pretty cool

    Hmm... and do you see Te as well?

    Thanks
    You have hallmarks of both P and J and neither trumps the other. You're planned but loose, you want things exact but ok if things don't fit because it will work out. The P/J axis is determined by the functions though. Since it could go either way, it makes more sense to determine your functions first, and the P/J selection would fall into it naturally. For someone (such as myself) who has a strong direction towards P or J that can be used to eliminate certain function patterns. Since you don't it's something I pass over.

    Some descriptions of Ni I actually don't relate to at all, and I am fairly certain I am an Ni dom. The reason is it's often described in this really mystical magical way and can even go so far as imply spiritual or psychic qualities associated with it. I'm a skeptic so that sort of stuff puts a sour taste in my mouth and I won't identify with it. If you can get past that, and in effect "despiritualize" what Ni is, it becomes more clear if you use it or not. It can look similar to Ti, but in reality they're quite different. Sometimes function traits can look like one thing but be another. I have a decent chunk of traits in myself that look a lot like Fe, but they are actually Te. That could be the case with you with different functions.

    Yeah I see Te as well. There's a good level of solidness in you associated with it. Hard to put to words exactly. A lot of typing someone is more a process of elimination, and less so of picking the correct function.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    You have hallmarks of both P and J and neither trumps the other. You're planned but loose, you want things exact but ok if things don't fit because it will work out. The P/J axis is determined by the functions though. Since it could go either way, it makes more sense to determine your functions first, and the P/J selection would fall into it naturally. For someone (such as myself) who has a strong direction towards P or J that can be used to eliminate certain function patterns. Since you don't it's something I pass over.
    Ahh, ok, I see what you mean. That about me being planned but loose, I am actually a lot more loose :/ I make a plan and then deviate from it to a degree based on what the environment offers me :p. It's got its drawbacks, being so impulsive. Sometimes it's all good though


    Some descriptions of Ni I actually don't relate to at all, and I am fairly certain I am an Ni dom. The reason is it's often described in this really mystical magical way and can even go so far as imply spiritual or psychic qualities associated with it. I'm a skeptic so that sort of stuff puts a sour taste in my mouth and I won't identify with it. If you can get past that, and in effect "despiritualize" what Ni is, it becomes more clear if you use it or not. It can look similar to Ti, but in reality they're quite different.
    What would you say the difference is between Ni and Ti then?

    Actually I do like the spiritual aspect of Ni, but true, this is a mixed bag. Some of it so totally doesn't make sense that I do the "disdain" thing with it The part that's "despiritualized", that's fine, in theory anyway. In practice, it means I would have to go back into my head to process things in a Ni way, and that actually isn't what I want in many situations. I mean, I'm sure it would be useful but cognitively I don't "want" it. It all depends on the environment, if it doesn't have something for me I will be quite happy to go inside my mind instead. (And that's what ESTPs don't do, right? :P) Possibly this is just me being an extravert, though.


    Sometimes function traits can look like one thing but be another. I have a decent chunk of traits in myself that look a lot like Fe, but they are actually Te. That could be the case with you with different functions.
    Can you give some examples of this Fe-ish thing that is actually Te for you?


    Yeah I see Te as well. There's a good level of solidness in you associated with it. Hard to put to words exactly. A lot of typing someone is more a process of elimination, and less so of picking the correct function.
    I see. I do prefer it though if I can directly pick the correct function, not just eliminate the no-good ones

    As for the "solid" Te, I'm not really disagreeing that much

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    Ahh, ok, I see what you mean. That about me being planned but loose, I am actually a lot more loose :/ I make a plan and then deviate from it to a degree based on what the environment offers me :p. It's got its drawbacks, being so impulsive. Sometimes it's all good though

    What would you say the difference is between Ni and Ti then?

    Actually I do like the spiritual aspect of Ni, but true, this is a mixed bag. Some of it so totally doesn't make sense that I do the "disdain" thing with it The part that's "despiritualized", that's fine, in theory anyway. In practice, it means I would have to go back into my head to process things in a Ni way, and that actually isn't what I want in many situations. I mean, I'm sure it would be useful but cognitively I don't "want" it. It all depends on the environment, if it doesn't have something for me I will be quite happy to go inside my mind instead. (And that's what ESTPs don't do, right? :P) Possibly this is just me being an extravert, though.

    Can you give some examples of this Fe-ish thing that is actually Te for you?

    I see. I do prefer it though if I can directly pick the correct function, not just eliminate the no-good ones

    As for the "solid" Te, I'm not really disagreeing that much
    Ni is about considering streams of information, Ti is about actually picking it apart and refining it down. The seem similar on the surface, but Ti is paired with Se or Ne, and as such that information will be expanded upon quite a lot and back and forth Ti is much more detailed oriented and making sure information streams are precise. Ni is not big on preciceness. It's passed with Fe or Te which compares that information to external stores to see what matches.

    Well, I care about group harmony a lot. In groups I want everyone to get along, and in a perfect world, be friends. It does make me uncomfortable if there is tension or if people don't mix. However, the latter bothers me for personal reasons, not because of others. Ultimately, I want the group to get along because it the most efficient and logical way to be. It simply makes sense, and because of that I am very calculated with setting that.
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