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It depends on whether you consider social sciences to be valid sciences - I'm into anthropology and psychology. Word.
 
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It depends on whether you consider social sciences to be valid sciences - I'm into anthropology and psychology. Word.
well....since I'm an INPF, I don't believe in putting people or vocations into predefined boxes....there is no distinction between sacred and secular, there is no distiction between science and art, so...certainly anthropology and psychology can be considered as sciences
 

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Congrats! =)
I have a degree in Chemistry too! Only completed up to Honours though =_= Didn't do Masters because I don't like the idea of research and not achieving much...
I don't think I'm cut out for the technical part of it >_>
 

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It depends on whether you consider social sciences to be valid sciences - I'm into anthropology and psychology. Word.
Dude, as if psychology is not a science? modern psychology definitely is.

I think there is an advantage to being an INFP and a scientist...brings a fresh and innovative perspective, I'm sure you will do the same in the field of evolutionary biology....
There are a lot of intuitive feelers in the sciences. In my uni course here in Australia, we had to do a keirsey temperament test in my scif class (basically learning to be a scientist) and there were quite a few nf's. My teacher (a microbiologist) was an enfp. He was amazing. The course was so intuitive, it wasn't funny. Every class was interconnected, and we had to find out why it was interconnected. We had to do a number of tests to find out who we were as scientists and just overall learning about ourselves. People were so pissed off with the ambiguity, I thought it was delicious.

ha...maybe we should start our own blog....INFP SCIENTISTS
Hell yes!


I looove science. I'm a neursocience major (psychology minor), and I love (the sciences i'm majoring in obviously), environmental science, astrobiology and cosmology, physics, biology and genetics in particular.
 

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Dude, as if psychology is not a science? modern psychology definitely is.



There are a lot of intuitive feelers in the sciences. In my uni course here in Australia, we had to do a keirsey temperament test in my scif class (basically learning to be a scientist) and there were quite a few nf's. My teacher (a microbiologist) was an enfp. He was amazing. The course was so intuitive, it wasn't funny. Every class was interconnected, and we had to find out why it was interconnected. We had to do a number of tests to find out who we were as scientists and just overall learning about ourselves. People were so pissed off with the ambiguity, I thought it was delicious.



Hell yes!


I looove science. I'm a neursocience major (psychology minor), and I love (the sciences i'm majoring in obviously), environmental science, astrobiology and cosmology, physics, biology and genetics in particular.
Well, you know... opinions seem to vary. Gah. But that setup sounds really cool. I'd love that, too. I already interconnect my classes. :crazy:
 
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Whoo! Congrats! :D Wow, that is a great accomplishment.
I am interested in neurobiology. And Psychology. And Anthrolopogy
That sounds soooo hot. I mean, excellent...
 
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Hey, I've spent sooooo many years at university....few people really understand grade 25..!!!

Anyway, finally graduated with a PhD in chemistry and I as wondering...are there any other INFP scientists out there?
So what is your area of chemistry? I took a year of o chem and never wanted it to end! On the other hand, i think p chem is beyond me. :3
 

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So what is your area of chemistry? I took a year of o chem and never wanted it to end! On the other hand, i think p chem is beyond me. :3
I specialized in analytical chemisry...instrumental design...atomic spectroscopy

I'm basically just a knob tweaker in the lab...!!

Took many years to jump over the boring hurdles of classwork till I could finally do some creative work in the lab....so many knobs, so little time...
 
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