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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    ENFJ, SCOAI, primary Inquisitive.

    While self-and other-perception of my JCF fluctuate wildly, Big Five doesn't.

    Roughly, this and this are going to hold true of most, but not all.

    Of note -- look at that low, low correlation between Feeling and Neuroticism. (Along with every other dichotomy correlation with Neuroticism, but.. that one's worth special mention.)
    This blows my stupid theory out of the water. Thanks for ruining my bullshit speculation. I feel sad and am going to cry in my room now.

    It does suggest that the feeling/thinking dichotomy is somewhat more complicated than the other ones.

    Last time I took that test, I got RCUEI, but I think I've gotten RLUEI before. It fluctuates, possibly.
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    On the Big Five, I typically score low on extraversion, high on openness to experience, somewhat high on agreeableness, average on conscientiousness, and neuroticism.

    I'm an INtp in the MBTI.

    I score higher on agreeableness than would be expected for someone of my type. I'm close to the middle on T/F along with J/P.
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    On big five I score as SLUEI... I am always somewhere in between S/R, mainly limbic type with high score on being unorganized and aslo egocentric. I guess I'd be an eNTP based on this theory. Actually being an SLUEI fits me more than any other type I've read about so far. But there is some correlation and you can find it here on this site: http://similarminds.com/global5/g5-jung.html
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    Forever alternating RLOEI and RLUEI. Primarily limbic, but inquisitive is pronounced, too.
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    RCOAI... lowest on R, primary is I.
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