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That would explain why neuroticism is so rampant among N's...
S's move on, while N's connect everything to a class and treat it accordingly. It's almost as if psychoanalysis was invented for N's...
 

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Could you evaluate that a bit and bring a few examples how this diff could play out in your opinion? Not clear for me yet if you mean generalization in overall or smth else :)
 
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It is a very broad generalization but I think I understand what he means, don't be mean.

What I understand is that people who suffer from neuroticism have a similar way of thinking to N's .
They are people who are detached from objective reality and create emotional systems in their minds.

I suffered from emotional trauma, and the only thing I was good at was misinterpreting reality in my mind... while other people who don't think like that, find it very easy to get out of negative thoughts.
 
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I suffered from emotional trauma, and the only thing I was good at was misinterpreting reality in my mind... while other people who don't think like that, find it very easy to get out of negative thoughts.
That's exactly what neuropsychoanalysis says.
 

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That's exactly what neuropsychoanalysis says.
Please check your post - looks like you quoted me but the contents of quote are from somebody else not from my post.
 

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I think it's less about MBTI, and more about whether someone's mindset is of a generalist's or specialist's.

Of course, you could also argue that the mentioned traits are correlated respectively to N and S types, but personally I think both N and S can be either one of them. It boils down to preferences.
 
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For the record, the Neuroticism dimension isn't significantly correlated with any MBTI dichotomy. This is beyond an over reach.
 

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Nope not necessarily

I noticed when my daughter and I watched game of thrones.

She saw a lot of symbolism
I saw alotta social politics

Both cases of seeing meaning
But in two way different ways
 
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