[INTJ] MBTI-Step II Sub-Scales Within Preferences

MBTI-Step II Sub-Scales Within Preferences

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    MBTI-Step II Sub-Scales Within Preferences

    We all know the 4 temperaments, and the 16 types- but I have not seen a thread in any forum regarding the 10 subtypes that exist within the 4 sliding scales. Inclusion of these 10 subtypes within the 4 preference scales leads to an inclusive series of 400 preference possibilities.

    This information may help people answer certain questions about their personalities due to "out of preference patterning". (This is called "OOPS". Seriously.) This is when one scores as an "N" for example, but may have a preference for an S characteristic- and attempts to explain why there are such ranges of behaviors within types.

    This doesn't explain all personal differences, but may help people understand how they use their different ranges of temperaments, and might help people understand WHY one might encounter a "silent" extrovert, or a "gregarious" introvert.

    In the following 4 posts- I will post each of the sub scales for the 4 major scales. This way you can discuss only the concept of the scales, or discuss concepts in any of the following 4 posts individually.



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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Extoversion-Introversion Subscales

    Shown below are the 5 continuum scales for the Extrovert-Introvert preferences. Below each subtype are three descriptors to help the individual identify his or her preferences. The full test is available from the MBTI people. If you want more information- go see them. This is just basic information

    The Introversion/Extroversion scales:

    Extraversion: Introversion

    • 1) Initiating vs. Receiving
      -Congenial vs. Reserved
      -Active vs. Low-Key
      -Introduce people vs. Introduced


    • 2) Expressive vs. Contained
      -Demonstrate vs. Controlled
      -Easier to Know vs. Harder to Know
      -Self-Revealing vs. Private


    • 3) Gregarious vs. Receiving
      -Seek Popularity vs. Seek Intimacy
      -Broad Circle vs. One-on-One
      -Join Groups vs. Find Individuals


    • 4) Participative vs. Reflective
      -Interaction vs. Onlooker
      -Enjoy Contact vs. Prefer Space
      -Listen and Speak vs. Read and Write


    • 5) Enthusiastic vs. Quiet
      -Lively vs. Calm
      -Energetic vs. Enjoy solitude
      -Seek Spotlight vs. Seek Background
    Last edited by Dr. J; 05-24-2014 at 07:17 PM.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Sensing and Intuitive Subscales

    Shown below are the 5 continuum scales for the Sensing-Intuitive preferences. Below each subtype are three descriptors to help the individual identify his or her preferences. The full test is available from the MBTI people. If you want more information- go see them. This is just basic information.

    The Sensing vs Intuitive scales:

    Sensing vs. Intuitive

    • 1) Concrete vs. Abstract
      -Exact Facts vs. Figurative
      -Literal vs. Symbolic
      -Tangible vs. Intangible


    • 2) Realistic Vs. Imaginative
      -Sensible vs. Resourceful
      -Matter of Fact vs. Inventive
      -Seek Efficiency vs. Seek Novelty


    • 3) Practical vs. Inferential
      -Pragmatic vs. Scholarly
      -Results Oriented vs. Idea Oriented
      -Applied vs. Intellectual


    • 4)Experiential vs. Theoretical
      -Hands-on vs. Conceptual
      -Empirical vs. Hypothetical
      -Trust Experience vs. Trust Theories


    • 5)Traditional vs. Original
      -Conventional vs. Unconventional
      -Customary vs. Different
      -Tried-and-True vs. New and unusual

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    Thinking-Feeling Subscales

    Shown below are the 5 continuum scales for the Thinking-Feeling preferences. Below each subtype are three descriptors to help the individual identify his or her preferences. The full test is available from the MBTI people. If you want more information- go see them. This is just basic information.

    The Thinking vs. Feeling scales:

    Thinking vs. Feeling

    • 1) Critical vs. Accepting
      -Skeptical vs. Tolerant
      -Want Proof vs. Trusting
      -Critique vs. Praise


    • 2) Tough Vs. Tender
      -Firm vs. Gentle
      -Tough-Minded vs. Tender-Hearted
      -Ends Oriented vs. Means Oriented


    • 3) Logical vs. Empathetic
      -Impersonal vs. Personal
      -Thinking vs. Feeling
      -Objective Analysis vs. Central values


    • 4) Reasonable vs. Compassionate
      -Justice vs. Symapthy
      -Truthful vs. Tactful
      -Cause and Effect vs. Loyalty


    • 5) Questioning vs. Accommodating
      -Precise vs. Approving
      -Challenging vs. Uncritical
      -Enjoy Debate vs. Enjoy Harmony

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Judging-Perceiving Subscales

    Shown below are the 5 continuum scales for the Judging-Perceiving preferences. Below each subtype are three descriptors to help the individual identify his or her preferences. The full test is available from the MBTI people. If you want more information- go see them. This is just basic information.

    The Judging vs. Perceiving scales:

    Judging vs. Perceiving

    • 1) Systematic vs. Casual
      -Orderly vs. Relaxed
      -Structure vs. Easy-Going
      -Dislike Diversion vs. Welcome Diversion


    • 2) Planful Vs. Open-Ended
      -Future Focused vs. Present-Focused
      -Advance Planner vs. Go with the Flow
      -LIke firm Plans vs. Like Flexible Plans


    • 3) Early Starting vs. Pressure-Prompted
      -Motivated by self-discipline vs. Pressure motivates
      -Steady progress vs. Bursts and Spurts
      -Late Start Stressful vs. Early Start


    • 4) Scheduled vs. Spontaneous
      -Like routine vs. Like Variety
      -Enjoy Structure vs. Enjoys the Unexpected
      -Procedures Help vs. Procedures hinder


    • 5) Methodical vs. Emergent
      -Plan Specific Tasks vs. Plan Loosely
      -Lists Subtasks vs. Plans Emerge
      -Organized vs. Adaptable


     

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