Read the article and contemplate the complications...
Depressed brains are less 'plastic' › News in Science (ABC Science)
Nevermind, I'll just give them to you:
say the majority of INTPs are depressed.
Consider whether you consider yourself adaptive or not.
Do you see other INTPs as "adaptive".
and so consider whether INTPs are "adaptive".
Are INTPs being under-represented in aforementioned study?
Are INTPs as whole (as a type) less adaptive than other types?
Are just depressed INTPs less adaptive?
Am I reading to much into this?
Is John really Billiy's father who disappeared over 20 years ago on that fateful day?
Was the method of determining "adaptivity" (or rather plasticity) what skewed the results?
The article didn't go into detail concerning what other tests they performed to get those results (they state that the first test involved motor skills. They don't elaborate on the implied subsequent tests).
I had way more implications thought out, but I forgot what they were. So there.
Oh, and is it me or am I writing everything as if it is prose?