How do you think this relates to MBTI? I think that introverted people with a preference for the self-preservation variant would be focused on addressing their basic needs and maintaining their energy level whereas an extroverted person would be more oriented towards expanding the self and...
I've done a lot of research into my personality type. I've done every free online test I can find and every time I've got the same result - INFP. On tests where you can see the percentages (for example, your percentage of feeling vs thinking) I always get Introversion, Intuition, Feeling and...
It seems to me that a majority of musicians tend to be sensors. This made me wonder if intuitives could be as talented as sensors when it comes to making music. It's kind of disheartening when all of my idols in the music industry are sensors and I am not.
My results constantly change between ISFJ and INFJ. I used to only get INFJ, but I've recently been getting ISFJ. I've read both of them a lot, and they both sound like me. People change with age, so I've been identifying as ISFJ with this in mind, but the Socionics test keeps telling me that...
I recently asked a group of my friends to tell me their MBTI types if they knew them. The responses were as follows:
I've been able to figure out that my tertiary function is Ti, so at this point at least I'm sure of me being IXFJ. I thought I was INFJ for sure because while I do have a good memory, details don't come to me naturally. If I remember details it's mostly random or about stuff I'm really...
So, I've been calling myself ENFJ for a while now, but I've always been confused about the difference between N and S. After reconsidering the other letters, too, I'm fairly certain they are accurate—I get my energy from spending time with others, I make choices that serve to improve others'...
First, let’s forget that MBTI has profiles. Second, expect to see slight alterations to the common model.
1. Concrete Perception – Sensory vs Abstract Perception – Intuitive
To understand the difference between concrete perception and abstract perception, you have to imagine that we...
I really can't figure out what my personality "type" is...and it's so frustrating that I can hardly stand it!
When I test I always get strong results for IxxJ, but my other two preferences are harder to distinguish apparently.
I usually get results that indicate feeling over thinking but...
I'm still super new to all this personality type stuff, and I just can't quite grasp the difference between the sensing and the intuition. Anyone have a real simple way of putting it?
Ah... the forums. A perfect place to get people to do work for you.
Occasionally, I have scored as an ISTP. Maybe this is just because I have a lower Intuition function than that of most INTPs.
I'm about 95% positive that I'm an INTP, but I guess it just boils down to the fact that I kinda...
I was watching this video and I noticed that it was incredibly easy for me to recognize numbers from frame to frame despite there being a high amount of detailed information surrounding them. How about you guys, was it easy to pick up on the numbers or does the swapping of the surrounding...
This is a light-hearted thread simply created in response to "How to Annoy a Sensor", because I saw that the opposite didn't yet exist. Not only did I think that it would be amusing to make fun of ourselves, but sensors can also take their revenge.
How can one specifically annoy, irk, and/or...
I wrote this on the MBTI jokes thread. Seems like it deserves its own, because I can only come up with really crummy ones.
Here's what I wrote in the other thread.
13. Be thirty seconds late.
14. Ask them why they like parties constantly.
15. Buy them a cat.
16. For SPs, buy them a day...
As the title said, folks.
You know you're a sensor when:
You spend five hours to read and re-read a book about the basic theory of a software, yet you still don't get it, while your Intuitor friend read it once in less than 2 hours and is able to operate the software. You then ask her to teach...