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Greetings.

I don't normally do this sort of posts in which I introduce myself (all the fun in a mystery is to unravel it, don't you think?), but I figured it could prove beneficial this time, perhaps contributing to others getting to know me better and later on participating in conversations. I tend to often get ignored by other types besides fellow INTJs (which somewhat perplexes me, so i'm slowly trying to find out why) but this website seems like a great opportunity for interesting social interactions.

As it's cleared stated in the title, i'm an INTJ. I'm a 17 years old girl, I discovered MBTI almost a year ago now, and my interest towards psychology has been increasing ever since, although I've always liked analyzing people's motives even when I can't see any rational thinking behind them. Human beings are quite complex puzzles. I'm a type 5 on the enneagram system, but i'm not yet certain if i'm a type 5 with a fourth or sixth wing. Further research is needed on that matter. My principal areas of interests are forensic science, crime, history, books, chemistry, astrophysics, and obviously psychology. I also appreciate music and some movies and TV shows. Currently learning the violin.

Feel free to ask me any questions you like, i constantly seek intellectual stimulus and intelligent conversations help.
 

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Thank you both. I hope it turns to be as fascinating as it seemed before I decided to register. Also, LondonBaker, your signature gif is brilliant.
 

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Hello and welcome. I agree that humam beings are quite complex puzzles, and this psychology thing only seems to expand more and more and interrelate itself the more you get into it. I think it's really fun finding out connections about functions for example and then researching on the matter and finding out someone has thought of something similar but a little differently and that gives you insight for your own conclusions. And when you think there's enough to be had with meyers briggs, you find socionics, for example. It's really awesome.
 

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Hello and welcome. I agree that humam beings are quite complex puzzles, and this psychology thing only seems to expand more and more and interrelate itself the more you get into it. I think it's really fun finding out connections about functions for example and then researching on the matter and finding out someone has thought of something similar but a little differently and that gives you insight for your own conclusions. And when you think there's enough to be had with meyers briggs, you find socionics, for example. It's really awesome.
Precisely. There is always more knowledge to be gained on the subject and as others observe the world objectively, in a different way than yours, there are an infinity of perceptions and ideas that can all make perfect sense (or not) and that you perhaps wouldn't have automatically thought of because you initially processed things in another, particular manner. It's a never ending source of development towards understanding human behaviors. Truly fascinating.
 

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Welcome, fellow INTJ.
We seem to share a lot of the same interests.

And is that Sherlock I see in your avatar? I highly approve.
 

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Welcome, fellow INTJ.
We seem to share a lot of the same interests.

And is that Sherlock I see in your avatar? I highly approve.
Oh yes, it is. I adore Sherlock Holmes, he's fascinating and I relate to him quite a lot. The fact that you highly approve probably confirms that we share some interests, if only that one.
 
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