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  1. INFP Forum - The Idealists
    This thread sort of goes along with a thread I made called 🙎 I Don't Like Daria 🙎 You know Dexter. He is a vigilante serial killer. I'm not a fan of his thinking. I think he is wrong. What say you INFPs.
  2. Myers Briggs Forum
    It seems to me like the serial killing is more a Ti-Fe thing, and requires a bit unstability, hence P, ExTP seem to be the most represented among serial killers (Ted Bundy was probably ENTP). Do you think a Fi-Te person can become a serial killer ? Here are the reasons why i doubt it : -strong...
  3. General Psychology
    What turns a person into a serial killer? I often hear about them being like some odd phenomenon in human neural development, that is, an example of many things going wrong at the same time in the development of a person from birth to adulthood. These are a mix of genetic and environmental...
  4. Guess the type
    Personally I think he's different from other serial killers. He's always stood out. I think he was misunderstood, and most definitely not a monster. He had compulsions beyond his own control. Heartbreakingly catastrophic. 17 men Fascinating how he didn't pursue his second victim until 9 years...
  5. INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    So I was thinking about the way humans internalize language and what the patterns for that process generally look like and how often they deviate from the norm and when they do, why? Specifically, I was thinking about the word "insane." I have always internalized or related to this word by...
  6. INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    This is open to everyone, I believe he was a IN(S)TP from what I have gathered on the internet as well as a60minutes show. He was a nihilist, liked poetry, thought words were meaningless and reality was meaningless. Some of his characteristics remind me of some of my INTP friends, that is why I...
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