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@lovelysound: tremendous difference. Ne plus Fi creates for a sense of exploring what one's values and ideals should be, hypothetical scenarios, and all sorts of things. The ISFP has a keen interest in sensory experience, and uses intuition, but in a more targeted way. Their Fi is strong, but they are less interested in "exploring" their Fi through various connections among their experiences and the world around them. Ne plus Si plus Fi.
 

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@lovelysound: It just means that, if you're an S type, you lead with S over N, even if your intuitive skills are powerful. It means when you perceive, you perceive in the direct fashion of extroverted sensing. A mature ISFP will also use Ni quite well, and the big difference between Ni and Ne is that Ne lays out various connections, whereas Ni is about forming your very own picture of the direct sensory stimuli, and/or sometimes, your very own ideas that don't really take root in sensory stimuli. This is used to help your judging function decide what to believe in (and your Fi is your primary bread and butter).

But the main thing is, an Ni-dominant is always Ni-ing. Their intuition is their main cognitive processing. But for an S type, it's not the main thing - it's used more on an "as necessary" basis, although occasionally an ISFP type might use N very prominently (much as some INFJs use Ti pretty prominently).
 
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