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MBTI Test - Dimensional Personalities

yeghor

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Yes, that's also possible hmm. I'm not sure why that would be the case, but that seems right from the latest results. Maybe it's because it's hard to differentiate between loops/grips, and not everyone has experienced/aware of experiencing both.

The code for that section currently is questions about whether one acts in a certain way under a certain level of stress, and how much their responses align to the typical response of a type.

How does the test know how one acts under stress? What's the base reference definition of under-stress behaviour for each type that is used in the test?
 
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MBTI Type
ENTJ
Enneagram
3w4
Instinctual Variant
sp/so
How does the test know how one acts under stress? What's the base reference definition of under-stress behaviour for each type that is used in the test?

It uses the loops and grips reactions of each type.

For example, in loops (under mild stress), the type overuses their tertiary function. Because the tertiary function has the same extraversion/introversion as the dominant function and thus the type, a type during mild stress will seem more extraverted if they are Exxx, or more introverted if they are Ixxx.
In grips (under extreme stress), the type overuses their inferior function. Because the inferior function has the opposite introversion/extraversion as the dominant function thus the type, a type during extreme stress will seem more introverted if they are Exxx, or more extraverted if they are Ixxx.

There's a tally for each type on how similar the supposed reaction of that type aligns with the responses. The type with the most points on the tally is the result of the stress section.
 

Mayflower

King Ping
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Oct 3, 2016
Messages
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MBTI Type
ESTP
Enneagram
9w8
Instinctual Variant
sp/so
Psychometric MBTI Type I S F J
Axis Preference Type E S X P
Cognitive Functions Type E S X J
Values Type E S F J
Stress Type I N F P
Most Likely Type E S F J
 

yeghor

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Psychometric MBTI Type I S F J
Axis Preference Type E S X P
Cognitive Functions Type E S X J
Values Type E S F J
Stress Type I N F P
Most Likely Type E S F J

It might be possible that the stressor test part currently gets the tertiary and inferior functions right instead.

ISTJ's tertiary and inferior functions are Fi and Ne, which makes INFP.
 

Abcdenfp

Terpsichore
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May 19, 2017
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MBTI Type
ENFP
Enneagram
7W8
5/23/2021 3:51:27
Psychometric MBTI Type E N F P
Axis Preference Type E N F P
Cognitive Functions Type I S F J
Values Type E N T J
Stress Type I X F J
Most Likely Type E N F J
 

Koto

Blue
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May 22, 2021
Messages
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MBTI Type
INTP
Enneagram
4w5
Instinctual Variant
sx/sp
Psychometric MBTI Type: INTP
Axis Preference Type: INTP
Cognitive Functions Type: EXXP
Values Type: ISFP
Stress Type: IXFP
Most Likely Type: IXFP

Interesting test, not sure about its accuracy but it's novel at the very least.
 

noname3788

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Aug 25, 2019
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MBTI Type
INFP
Enneagram
9w1
Instinctual Variant
sp/so
Psychometric "Type"INFP
Axis Preference "Type"ENXP
Cognitive Functions TypeEXXP
Values TypeENFP
Stress TypeESTJ
Most Likely TypeENFP

Not sure what I think about it, novel layout and quite curious to see how different theories can come to different conclusions.
 

тень

Eclipsing
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Jun 20, 2018
Messages
5,834
MBTI Type
TiNi
Enneagram
649
Instinctual Variant
sp
Psychometric "Type"IXTJ
Axis Preference "Type"ESTX
Cognitive Functions TypeXSTP
Values TypeENTP
Stress TypeINXJ
Most Likely TypeISTP
All over the place
 

Saturnal Snowqueen

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MBTI Type
FELV
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947
Instinctual Variant
so/sp
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Frosty

Poking the poodle
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sp
Lol all I know is Im an introvert at this point. Idk if Ive ever gotten ISTP before but thats a fun one. I have a hard time with dichotomies. And I have a hard time because I know which questions skew which way- and testing bias is scary and dumb/defeats the purpose of testing. Istp 9w1 would be an interesting type though. Kinda badass
 

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