What I will say is subjective, I'm not an expert in psychology, it's a mean to open a debate.
So there is this term: temperament, which is used to differentiate the genetic determination on our behaviour over the plasticity of the brain, which we can call personality. And it got me thinking...
I can see how a dominant Fi would mean the person is very in touch with their emotions and their feelings are very important to them and therefore feelings can be easily hurt. But also, an inferior Fi would mean the person is less in touch with their emotions and therefore less able to control...
Just chose 4 random Disney princesses and came up with a brief personality profile for each of them (feel free to share your thoughts):
Hogwarts House: Hufflepuff
Big Five Breakdown:
I have noticed that INTJ people tend to be of the olfactory temperament, and INFJ tend to be of the visual temperament. This might have been caused by INTJ's use of Ni coupled with Te-Fi, while INFJ use Ni coupled with Fe-Ti. People of the visual temperament tend to be visionaries, while those...
Representation styles (four temperaments):
Visual people - "Sanguine", fast movements, appear active and enthusiastic
Auditory people - "Melancholic", medium-speed movements, appear analytical or quiet
Olfactory people - "Phlegmatic", slow movements, appear peaceful and relaxed
Who would you say, from experience, observation or just plain theoretical understanding/reasoning tolerates feelings of shame better? Who can dismiss these feelings easier and who might not care about doing shameful acts as much due to less of a priority on these after-feelings? Feelers or...
I created a compilation of stereotypical MBTI analogies and associations. Do you want to add something?
Names: Entrepreneur, Doer, Promoter, Negotiator, Persuader, energetic Doer
Zodiac: Aries (with Sagittarius influence)
Enneagram: 378 (Mover-Shaker); 137...
I have done basically EVERY personality test there is.
I am an ENTP-A in MBTI.
I am 7w8 Sexual Varient in Enneagram.
I am SCUEI, primary Inquisitie in The Big Five test.
I am ILE in Socionics.
I am a Sanguine in the classical greek temperament test.
I have been into psychology for a LONG TIME...
I'm horrible with AI, but I saw the need to create a symbol that represents the connections between disability and temperament. I only used DiSC for ease and a witty pun (DiSCability)!! (Come on, that was good, right?):crazy:Feel free to post the image all over the Internet! That's why I created it.
What each temperament judges a person most on/looks for most in a person:
Idealists (NFs): Character, Values
Rationals (NTs): Intelligence, Independence
Guardians (SJs): Status, Competence
Artisans (SPs): Appearance, Personality
A generalisation, of course, and not intended to say some groups...
Not sure if there's already a thread for these books by Kim Stanley Robinson, but I wanted to know what you guys thought about the character's personality types. I'm almost finished reading Red Mars, the first book in the trilogy, so I'm not as familiar with the characters and help/discussion...
Although MBTI can be very reliable and is seen by many as relevant in determining the characteristics of an individual in the form of a personality type or perhaps even a group of people in the form of a temperament, there are those who criticize it. It may seem questionable to start this thread...
I got this little nugget from Tumblr. This is what you do: take the linked personality quizzes and replace my answers with yours in your post. It's very interesting to see the trends emerge. I'll start.
Enneagram: 3w4 (...5w4 8w7 so/sx; this stuff is extra)...
The other day, I was looking out of curiosity to see what other dimensional personality measurement systems are out there that have been used by the psychology community, and I came upon the realization that nearly all of them (with the exception of systems intended primarily to screen for...
These are vote threads started by PlushWitch million years ago (you still can vote):
I had a fun chat with a few type-conscious people today, and one of the topics of discussion were types naturally prone to internal conflicts. The two that come to mind instantaneously are the male ESFJ and the female ESTJ. In case you're completely unfamiliar with the terminology...
What is the difference between a healthy ESFJ and an unhealthy one?
Can ESFJs be seen as adventurous and live-spirited?
Which other personality types especially love ESFJs?
Also, do all ESFJs love responsibility (I personally don't, what does that mean?).