Yes.What do you think?
""Within each group we would expect to see a bell curve showing the distribution of extraversion within the extraverts group, and introversion within the introverts. If the MBTI approach is valid, we should expect to see two separate bell curves along the introversion/extraversion spectrum, making it valid for Myers & Briggs to decide there are two groups into which people fit. But data have shown that people do not clump into two separately identifiable curves; they clump into a single bell curve, with extreme introverts and extreme extraverts forming the long tails of the curve, and most people gathered somewhere in the middle. Jung himself said "There is no such thing as a pure extravert or a pure introvert. Such a man would be in the lunatic asylum." ""But I think what you are referring to are type descriptions not actual types. Maybe someone might find something to identify with in a type description, but it would be hard to say that an ESFP and INTP have a whole lot in common based on how they think because they don't share any functions. INTP has no real conception of Se, ESFP has no real conception of Fe and so on. So it would be hard to say there is a hybridization going on there. On top of that ESFP is driven by Se (and Ni) where INTP is driven by Ti (and Fe) so while they might find some nugget of a description somewhere that they agree with, this makes the description more suspect than anything else.