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She's known for her research on shame, guilt, and vulnerability. From the later talks where she brings up her "pattern thinking" thought process and quantitative rationalizations followed by an epiphany moment with developing a value system, I'd peg her as a good example of intj. Any other takes?
 

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It's difficult to tell if she is introverted or extroverted just by a presentation. But from seeing her lecture at this Ted Talk below, I would think ENTJ.

"I see things in patterns" N type. Perhaps Ni.

She mentions identifying with the statement ... "If you can not measure it, it doesn't exist." -- Very Te

"... life's messy, clean it up, organize it and put it into a Bento box." -- J type.


 

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It's difficult to tell if she is introverted or extroverted just by a presentation. But from seeing her lecture at this Ted Talk below, I would think ENTJ.

"I see things in patterns" N type. Perhaps Ni.

She mentions identifying with the statement ... "If you can not measure it, it doesn't exist." -- Very Te

"... life's messy, clean it up, organize it and put it into a Bento box." -- J type.


I agree now. Her work with vulnerability could be interpreted as flirting with inferior Fi through the lens of dominant data-driven Te.
 

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I didn't think of that, but it does sound more Fi than Fe. And her comment explaining ... "I tried to call deep on my courage."

"... knock discomfort up-side the head and move it over and get all A's." Higher Te than Fi?

Now I'm wondering about her comment about having a "slight office supply addiction" and describes her "Jackson Pollock crazy thing."?
 

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I didn't think of that, but it does sound more Fi than Fe. And her comment explaining ... "I tried to call deep on my courage."

"... knock discomfort up-side the head and move it over and get all A's." Higher Te than Fi?

Now I'm wondering about her comment about having a "slight office supply addiction" and describes her "Jackson Pollock crazy thing."?
Second thought, she's probably an ENFP. Way too comfortable with speaking from her personal anecdotes with a Fi base.
 
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