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    Certified Sausage Smoker Elfboy's Avatar
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    ESTJ: So/Sp
    ISTJ: Sp/So
    ESFJ: So/Sx
    ISFJ: So/Sx

    ESFP: So/Sx
    ISFP: Sx/Sp
    ESTP: Sx/So
    ISTP: Sx/Sp

    ENFJ: So/Sx
    INFJ: Sp/Sx
    ENFP: So/Sx
    INFP: Sx/Sp

    ENTP: Sp/So
    INTP: Sp/So
    ENTJ: Sp/So
    INTJ: Sp/Sx

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    Sx: FP, SP
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    You have:
    - 6 So/Sx
    - 1 So/Sp

    - 4 Sp/So
    - 2 Sp/Sx

    - 3 Sx/Sp
    - 1 Sx/So

    You have:
    11 Sx
    11 So
    10 Sp

    Is there any reason why each combination has different frequencies of distribution? You gave the individual stackings equal distribution. So are you making a statement? Is it proven that certain combinations (So/Sx followed by Sp/So and then Sx/Sp) are more frequent? Also, you gave more importance of Sp as a dominant stacking (8) followed by So (7) and then Sx (4). Likewise, are you saying Sx-doms are a minority? This doesn't make much sense since you associate them with SP, that are very common in the population....actually, if this logic is to make sense then Sp-doms should be the less common type....



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    Quote Originally Posted by badatlife View Post
    I was just thinking about this! There are already a lot of threads correlating enneagram and mbti, but I didn’t see one for instinctual variants. Interesting....
    Just because things can be correlated doesn't mean they should be correlated. This seems to me to be particularly true for instinctual variants, at least based on the OP which looks like nonsense to me.

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    This is my interpretation in terms of most likely blindspot:

    ISFJ: sx > so > sp
    ISTJ: sx > so > sp
    ESTJ: sx > so > sp
    ENTJ: sx > sp > so

    INFJ: sx > so > sp
    INTJ: so > sx > sp
    ENTJ: sx > sp > so
    ENFJ: sx > sp > so

    ISFP: (I actually have no clue... Statistically, just because the most common blindspot is sx probably that but ISFPs are very versatile it appears)
    ISTP: so > sx > sp
    ESFP: sp > sx > so
    ESTP: sx > sp > so

    INFP: sx > sp > so
    INTP: so > sx > sp
    ENTP: sx > sp > so
    ENFP: sp > sx > so

    Generally speaking I've noted:
    - Pi doms are very unlikely to have a sp blindspot
    - sx blindness is very common
    - Extroverts are more likely to have a sp blindspot than introverts (so/sx and sx/so are the most relationally oriented types anyhow)
    - Technically no type combination is impossible, so if you go against this list like... That doesn't mean you're mistyped because this is super general and also the two theories are separate and should be considered as such
    - Although I listed sx blind as the most common variant, soc blindness is fairly common among Ni doms in a way that is comparable to the amount of sx blinds of these types
    - The ISxP types are probably the most variable in terms of commonality of IV

    This is based on both experience and just my interpretation of the theory as a whole in terms of probability. Again, the theories are separate so like... Just because there's probably a bit of a correlation doesn't entirely mean much, but can be sort of helpful for those new to the theory. Take it as you may.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RadicalDoubt View Post
    INTP: so > sx > sp
    It's definitely more common for INTPs to be sx-blind over so-blind because the majority of them are 5s and sx 5s are countertype.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notmyapples View Post
    It's definitely more common for INTPs to be sx-blind over so-blind because the majority of them are 5s and sx 5s are countertype.
    You're probably right; I was going back and forth between the two
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