First time poster. Usually when I take the Myer Briggs tests I get ENTP (though not sure how "ENTP") I really am:
For example on the human-metrics test I get the following:
E(38%, moderate preference), N (78%, distinct preference), T (3%, almost no preference over F), and P (28%...
I have recently been studying and trying to assess my type more focused on the cognitive side instead of through the test which indicated me to be a Ti dom. No longer agreeing with the actual premise and not acting much like one, I am not sure. However, since I'm young, I've recently noticed a...
For people who wanna know; I put this in the ESFP thread too. This jive with those who understand functional stacking?
These two types share the same functions and can exhibit much of the same behavior. Therefore, the only true way of knowing the...
Do you know the blog Stellar Maze? I'm new so I cannot post its link here, but just search for it.
It's not for complete beginners, but if you have a basic understanding of the functions, such as Ni, Ne, Ti, Te, etc, and the functional stack, such as INFJ <=> Ni Fe Ti Se, then...
I find this interesting because I feel there should always been some differences even among us as a group in INFP or and type for that matter. I think that it may be mainly because of this idea:
(I truly believe that if you're any type then yes, You'll have what I will refer to as a more...
This has probably be asked before but I couldn't find anything on it.
Why are the functions ordered the way they are?
Why can't we have for example:
The pattern seems to have alternating extraverted and introverted functions. So I guess it's part of the theory they don't touch. Is...
I read something once (written by an INTP, so it must be smart :wink:) that was saying it's good to intentionally engage your auxiliary function. Kind of like "feeding" that function. Example:
I'm an ISFP. My function stack is:
When I'm stressed out or overwhelmed I have a natural...
From frequenting this lovely forum for many months (even prior to my registration), I've found that some people are completely convinced that MBTI is 110% correct, and that one must strictly adhere to its cognitive function stack. I've seen many people who go around saying they have troubles...
Experimentation to see whether the Jungian Cognitive Functions could be visually identified.
INTJ functional stack:
Ni (introverted intuition), a perception function which manifests a fluidity in thoughts and in body. Noticeable visible features: 'Ni drift', mesmerising eyes and penetrative...