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  1. How do Te users use Fe, Fi, and Ti?

    Cognitive Functions
    For those with Te as their dominant or auxiliary, what does it look like when they incorporate the other judging functions? My assumption is that they primarily focus on making things work (because of their strong Te), and then secondarily use Fi to ensure that they personally like what works...
  2. Statistics on Myers Briggs type and gender ratio

    Myers Briggs Forum
    From Slayerment: April 16, 2015 Key findings: -ISTPs are the type most likely to be male, 75% -ISFJs are the type most likely to be female, 71% -ISFPs and INFPs are the most balanced, 43/57 and 42/58 male/female, respectively -ESTJs are the Thinking type most likely to be female, at 39%...
  3. [ENFJ] ENFx : Judging vs. Perceiving

    ENFJ Forum - The Givers
    I am ENFJ, but I sometimes have ENFP tendencies. I've been reading a lot on the functional stack and mbti more deeply, but I'm curious how others understand or see differences in just this one letter difference that makes ENFJ different from ENFP. I know the basics pretty well for each of the...
  4. Ne, Ni, Se, Si, and attention span?

    Cognitive Functions
    Does having a strong Se function contribute to having a good attention span and maintaining focus for long periods of time during lectures, reading, and anything happening in the external environment? How do each of these perceiving functions contribute to focus, concentration, problem-solving...
  5. Dominant and Auxiliary Functions: how they work together?

    Cognitive Functions
    Just curious to see if my current understanding of the dominant and auxiliary functions makes sense/is appropriate: Lead Judging (focused on understanding info/ideas) Dominant Te = goal is to interact with the external world to understand unbiased (often objective) reasons With auxiliary Si =...
  6. Example of Each Cognitive Function Working Together

    Cognitive Functions
    Scenario: Watching a movie. Sensing = notices the "what": the observable details, such as details in the animation/filming/special effects; what the characters look like; what the characters are doing. Se = notices this type of info in the moment, all standing out almost equally Si = notices...
  7. Why are Te/Fe users better at planning than Ti/Fi users?

    Cognitive Functions
    Te Dominant Types: ENTJ, ESTJ Auxiliary Te Users: INTJ, ISTJ Fe Dominant Types: ENFJ, ESFJ Auxiliary Fe Users: INFJ, ISFJ Ti Dominant Types: ISTP, INTP Auxiliary Ti Users: ESTP, ENTP Fi Dominant Types: INFP, ISFP Auxiliary Fi Users: ENFP, ESFP As you can see, all the J's have Te or Fe as...
  8. A question on values...

    Myers Briggs Forum
    Curious to hear your thoughts. Do you think you can understand the value in something if you can't understand the logic behind it?
  9. Which statement do you agree with?

    Myers Briggs Forum
    There is no right or wrong answer, just choose the one you prefer/agree with more: 1.) A decision is considered logical if it is based on an idealistic framework 2.) A decision is considered ideal if it is based on a logical framework
  10. How the Dominant and Auxiliary Cognitive Functions Manifest

    Cognitive Functions
    First, understand which category you fall under: Category 1 = Uses clues in external world to comprehend info, uses personal understanding to make judgments/decisions (extraverted perceiving, introverted judging -> good at thinking on the spot) Category 2 = Uses personal understanding to...
  11. Difference between having a Judging or Perceiving Function first?

    Cognitive Functions
    I'm actually quite familiar with the concept of the cognitive Functions, but there're just some parts that I'm still not sure about.. So: What does it really mean, having a Judging or Perceiving Function first? I often read that you're using your dominant function about 75% of the time; so as an...
  12. When you meet the eyes of someone with the same Perceiving function...

    Cognitive Functions
    When I meet the eyes of another Ne user(INFP, INTP, ENFP, ENTP), it's like an extra conversation. It's a look of understanding, and it's also the equivalent of a funny joke—we can be giggling like idiots in no time! It feels good to understand someone and to be understood. And it's great to hear...
  13. Best video about Si Se Ni Ne

    Cognitive Functions
  14. [INFP] Can any INFP relate to this?

    INFP Forum - The Idealists
    Hello everyone! I was feeling a little down recently and i was writing some lines about that. And I would be very interested if any INFPs can relate somehow to this and what you are doing if you find yourself in these type of situations: The constant yearning for…SOMETHING! can drain an INFP...
  15. Am I a mistyped INTJ?

    What's my personality type?
    100% sure I'm either an INTJ or INTP. I know cognitive functions wise these two types are completely different. But I've spent too much time reading on them to the point where I'm just confusing myself. 1. Is there anything that may affect the way you answer the questions? For example, a...
  16. [INTJ] INTJs & To-Do Lists/Chores

    INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    As a child I was extremely lazy. Procrastinating almost all the time. As I matured, I started getting more driven to get shit done. And while I procrastinate and despise doing menial tasks, chores, etc., I suffer through doing it just so I can have my "free time" to work on whatever it is that...
  17. !Durrie has landed!

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    Greetings Personality Cafe !!!! 'Tis I, Durrie... Just thought I'd stop by and introduce meself.....Je suis ENFP 9w1 (if anyone was wondering:wink::tongue:) who is excited to meet more like himself and more not like himself as well :3 Hobbies include playing and composing music, listening to...
  18. [INTJ] HELP: Am I Judging or Perceiving?

    INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    So when I first did the test, I got an INTJ result. I read what it meant to be an INTJ and it was really accurate. I started doing some research and saw that my personality type was extremely rare, especially among women (I am a woman) so I thought maybe I lied to myself about something, because...
  19. SJ's: Your opinion on THRILLS! (Poll)

    SJ's Temperament Forum- The Overseers
    So, do you guys like going on roller coasters, skydiving, bungee jumping, horror movies...all that heart-pounding, adrenaline, stereotypically Se stuff? (You don't have to like all of them, this is just about thrills in general.) I'm making this because lots of SJ people i know are very opposed...
  20. ENTJ or ENTP?

    What's my personality type?
    I've mistyped as INTJ, but now I'm reconsidering my ENTJ status now that I've been consistently testing as ENTP. I'm pretty borderline on I and E, but I know I'm definitely an NT. I combine P and J in what I do, almost to the point where I can't distinguish between the two! :frustrating: Help me...
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