yeah thats the one i saw a few days ago.I have it posted in the INTP forum too.
She's young too. Her auxiliary isn't too developed yetInteresting that people see Extroverted intuition in her and would someone mind explaining where they see Introverted thinking in her? I'm curious.
I always thought she had dominant introverted feeling.... but maybe ISTP (with that inferior Fe)...
Looks to me like she is looking at the interviewer most of the time. And often when she is not she seems to look down to the right, not seemingly random at all.The ESTJ typing is clearly wrong. Stewart described herself as being awkward, shy, and a loner as a kid. Watch some interviews of her and its evident that she has strong social anxiety. She is extremely mature and serious, even as a teenager, a trait correlated with introverts. We can conclude that she is Ixxx. She describes herself as a logical thinker in this interview ().
We can conclude that she is IxTx. Now note the way that her eyes dart around, looking at seemly random places but rarely at the interviewer/speaker. This is a physical trait correlated with strong intuition (http://personalitycafe.com/infj-forum-protectors/89914-tracking-eye-movements.html) We can conclude that she is INTx.
When you watch from 2 minutes onwards she's really looking in all directions when she's talking.Looks to me like she is looking at the interviewer most of the time. And often when she is not she seems to look down to the right, not seemingly random at all.
I'm not that confident that she is T dominate, she can very well be F dominate. She doesn't smile a lot. She has this smirk most of the time, which is correlated with low Fe. I'll have to watch more interviews to be sure.When you watch from 2 minutes onwards she's really looking in all directions when she's talking.
I'd say INTx as well.
@theorycraft As for Emma Watson...can't imagine her not being an F. I'd say she's an INFJ or ENFJ. But then again I am still familiarizing myself with the different cognitive functions like Te/Ti/Fe/Fi so I might end up agreeing with her seeming to prefer T once I know more about it, but with what I know now from MBTI and watching/reading her interviews I think she really prefers F. Could you explain why you think she's a T-user?