Yes it did.
Well, processing information and sorting through it can be mentally draining after a while, so I suppose that's the reason.
I would say in general yes logic needs space to do processing, this should be universal, fitting everyone, but I'm not INFP, take that into account. That is, to me it's not mentally draining to sort through logical analysis, it's my normal. But having any kind of internal emotion with it - that doesn't leave within like, three seconds - completely fucks up that process for me, like I lose all focus and I feel like the emotion is blocking everything and the emotion itself is stuck and trapped too. I experienced that under enough (extreme) stress and that's how I know it's not normal for me. I like to be able to keep them moving by turning them into action. And that way I can remain emotionally neutral inside and not focus on emotions at all in a conscious way. To others it apparently comes off as actively cold. It's a complicated topic overall though ... But my point is, my normal is the internal emotions/feelings - when I do have them - stay for 1-3 seconds and then they need to move out of the way. Either by taking action and live the emotion through action (desirable emotions, incl anger even), or by logical analysis to break it down and find solutions (negative or otherwise undesirable emotions). Or I push them aside if need be. Under extreme stress I couldn't push them aside anymore though.