You will also find INTPs interesting if you have Ti as your tertiary or inferior function. Typically people experience some degree of fascination with those who demonstrate good use of functions that are not well developed in them.Also, why are INTPs commonly found in Internet forums but they're not very common in the real world? Do they actually exist? Or do they try to blend in to fit the social norms?
Well, if you feel INTP describes you best, then that's what you (probably) are. But I just want to point out that simply because ISFP is tagged "The Artist" does not mean all ISFP's have to be good at some sort of "art". My dad's an ISFP, and he's a copier technician.I think I am an INTP but sometimes I get the result as ISFP which is the artist and I can't draw and not good at art. So get different results but generally INTP is more me . I've never met anyone like me ever then feel like I'm the only one. Also I'm a type 9 ennegram personality which is also kinda rare
hahaha, I am quite competitive with Starcraft 2 XDYou will also find INTPs interesting if you have Ti as your tertiary or inferior function. Typically people experience some degree of fascination with those who demonstrate good use of functions that are not well developed in them.
INTP women are rare - about 2% so 1 out of 50 women you'd meet. INTP males are relatively rare as well - about 1 in 20 men. For any T-type personality women will be more rare than men, as something like 80% of women test F. For any F-type personality men will be rare - only 20% of guys test F.
Most common place that I get to know INTPs is online in multiplayer games. Ones that have to do with robots, tanks, cars, spaceships, and that allow for competitive and creative elements. There you can observe the bunches of them at your leisure They are somewhat difficult to get to know, unless drunk. Alcohol seems to make them more alike ENTPs and so they become more talkative. Otherwise I would recommend taking computer programming classes and getting to know all the apparent introverts. Some are likely to be INTPs. It is rare to see them at social events, unless their friends managed to drag them out there.