Hello, I have seldom posted here, and after deciding that these theories--though psudeoscience--have more merit than the gamut of other types of metrics (e.g. astrology), I've decided to try again.
MBTI-wise, I normally come in INxx, with the last two dimensions depending on the time.
I don't have a strict adherence to rigid schedueles, although bigger plans (career etc.) tend to be a preoccupation of mine, as I tend to constantly mull over possible and possible stumbling blocks along the way, with the hopes of assuring the goal is met. It's both a source of security and anxiety, as minor changes in trajectory are liable to cause me to think of another possible play of events. And frankly, there is no way to predict every obstancle and prepare for it.
I'm most certainly an introvert; I can don a good extrovert mask, but it's either for encouragement (e.g one friend is too quiet) or for buisness.
I seem to minimize stimuli. For example, if I am programming or studying, there is often just enough light to progress. Loud sounds, gaudy lights, and a large crowd create a nervous energy that is hard to dissipate. If I am tired or have prolonged exposure to certain stimuli (e.g. crowded bars), this can lead to greater anxiety and ultimately a mental disconnect, where I am liable to not notice things occuring right in front of me--as if my eyes were not sending the signal to my brain.
I've had varied interests, but all of them are science-related. I view science as a pretty monolithic entity, so distinctions between say, physics and chemistry are pretty moot to me.
I'm not very callous, at least I try not to be. However, people still view me as "detatched" in situations. Again, however, I'm capalble of being more lively in spurts, especially around those I know.
I'm not terribly neat; in fact, I could tidy up now. I tend not to make strict schedueles but I have an ideal timeframe for everything, which if not completed by that time, leads to a bit of existential depression. However, my day to day activities are not routinized by strict times. I have days or weeks in which one or two things are practiced or done to ensure a future goal follows. Yet day to day activities, with the exception of paying bills and other things that have long-term effect, can somtimes escape my attention until they become an issue.
I also have bipolar disorder, so some of my most extroverted moments were likely somewhat spawned from this fact.
I'm unsure of what other information is needed as there doesn't seem to be a template on this site for this type of thing. Thankx.