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Eysenck Personality Questionnaire

Luminous

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Joined
Oct 25, 2017
Messages
10,018
MBTI Type
Iᑎᖴᑭ
Enneagram
952
Instinctual Variant
sx/sp
https://psytests.org/eysenck/epqRen.html

 

Totenkindly

@.~*virinaĉo*~.@
Joined
Apr 19, 2007
Messages
48,012
MBTI Type
BELF
Enneagram
594
Instinctual Variant
sx/sp

Taito

Dissolving
Joined
Jun 20, 2018
Messages
5,965
MBTI Type
ISTP
Enneagram
368
Instinctual Variant
sp/sx

Kephalos

J.M.P.P. R.I.P. B5: RLOAI
Joined
Mar 2, 2009
Messages
621
MBTI Type
INFJ
Enneagram
5w4
Melancholic: Deep (@Kephalos: this is the word they use) Introversion, Very High Neuroticism/Low Emotional Stabilty, Low Psychoticism/High Socialization.

E – Extraversion/Introversion. Ressult: Deep Introversion (Score 1)

N – Neuroticism/Stability. Very High Neuroticism (Score 20).

P – Psychoticism/Socialization: Low Psychoticism (Score 2).

Diagram:
 

Polaris

AKA Nunki
Joined
Apr 7, 2009
Messages
2,375
MBTI Type
INFJ
Enneagram
451
Instinctual Variant
sp/sx
Introversion: 5
High Neurotism: 17
Tendency to Psychotism: 6
Valid Result: 8
Temperament: Melancholic
 

yeghor

Well-known member
Joined
Dec 21, 2013
Messages
4,276
Tried to relate 4 temperaments to MBTI. The axis definitions and thinker-feeler and introversion-extraversion continuum is a bit problematic in the original state. It needs a specific thinker-feeler and introversion-extraversion spectrum for each quadrant separately.

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yeghor

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Tried to relate 4 temperaments to MBTI. The axis definitions and thinker-feeler and introversion-extraversion continuum is a bit problematic in the original state. It needs a specific thinker-feeler and introversion-extraversion spectrum for each quadrant separately.

View attachment 26389

Test score has 4 components, neuroticism (thinker-feeler spectrum), introversion/extraversion, psychoticism (antisocial tendencies, which can be used to decide P versus J, Ps would score higher on this one) and desireability (high desireability = sensor) whereas the coordinate axis has only two components, thinker-feeler and extraversion-introversion.

In my interpretation above, quadrants are defined by Sensor-Intuitive (desireability) and Perceiver-Judger (psychoticism) dichotomies. Therefore, desireability and psychoticism scores should first be evaluated to identify the respective quadrant and then extraversion-introversion and thinker-feeler scores should be applied within the quadrant itself rather than the overall chart.

For instance my results below (for the long version of the test) indicate normal levels of psychoticism (4 to 11) meaning I am a J, abnormal sociability (12 to 25) meaning I am an N. Neuroticism level is normal (7 to 13) meaning I am a T. When introversion is included that yields INTJ as my type.

 

yeghor

Well-known member
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Messages
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Test score has 4 components, neuroticism (thinker-feeler spectrum), introversion/extraversion, psychoticism (antisocial tendencies, which can be used to decide P versus J, Ps would score higher on this one) and desireability (high desireability = sensor) whereas the coordinate axis has only two components, thinker-feeler and extraversion-introversion.

Sorry should make a correction here. It seems like a high social in desireability component is considered abnormal in the test for some reason meaning, a high score indicates an intuitive rather than a sensor.
 
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