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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
    So Js don't value accuracy and truth as much as Ps, you're asserting..?
    That seems to be the major risk you run if you rush to judgment.

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    So what are you saying?

    Js are more inclined to blindly adhere to their initial convictions and Ps are more disposed to explore in depth for accuracy?

    (If you haven't noticed, I'm reiterating my initial question)

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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
    So what are you saying?

    Js are more inclined to blindly adhere to their initial convictions and Ps are more disposed to explore in depth for accuracy?

    (If you haven't noticed, I'm reiterating my initial question)
    Yeah, for the most part. Although I think an INxJ, for example, would tend to be more pensive then an ESTP.

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    Can we try to tie that claim to some facts on extraverted judgment in contrast to introverted judgment?

    The reason I've caught onto this little bit is because as I've learned about MBTI, I've tried to avoid these non-CP traps (Is are quiet and shy, Es are loud and obnoxious; Js are organised, Ps are messy procrastinators), because, as evinced by my type being (apparently) INFP and my being extremely neat, which is just one example, they do not help in accurately assigning a type to a person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
    Can we try to tie that claim to some facts on extraverted judgment in contrast to introverted judgment?

    The reason I've caught onto this little bit is because as I've learned about MBTI, I've tried to avoid these non-CP traps (Is are quiet and shy, Es are loud and obnoxious; Js are organised, Ps are messy procrastinators), because, as evinced by my type being (apparently) INFP and my being extremely neat, which is just one example, they do not help in accurately assigning a type to a person.
    Makes sense. There are definitely exceptions (like, aren't you a left-brained INFP? that could explain the neatness), but for the most part, all of those generalities and tendencies exist for a reason. But I wouldn't follow them as a rule.

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    Js seek closure. Ps don't.

    MBTI 101.

    I don't understand why you are questioning this. It's not a stereotype. If you take the test you answer questions which specifically indicate one or other preference. Why is this controversial?
    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    I encourage asking questions. You clearly do not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Js seek closure. Ps don't.

    MBTI 101.

    I don't understand why you are questioning this. It's not a stereotype. If you take the test you answer questions which specifically indicate one or other preference. Why is this controversial?
    True, but not everyone's a strong or even definite J or P. Lots test close the 50/50 mark. And that's where we start noticing anomalies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
    I encourage asking questions. You clearly do not.
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    Love 'em. But found it difficult to believe you didn't understand what aj was getting at. Thought maybe you were cutting the grass.

    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    True, but not everyone's a strong or even definite J or P. Lots test close the 50/50 mark. And that's where we start noticing anomalies.
    Don't you start!
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    Oh look, you made a play on words.

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