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This is a discussion on Questionnaire answers. Guess my type. Or help me find it, idk. within the What's my personality type? forums, part of the Personality Cafe category; Originally Posted by Greyhart Holy shit those results. X_X Do you answer how you think before applying any anxieties or ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greyhart View Post
    Holy shit those results. X_X Do you answer how you think before applying any anxieties or restrictions onto yourself?



    What kind of descriptions are you reading, though? Try this. Socionics might not be popular on eng internets but even my friends, who are completely not into MBTI and such, have easy/easier times identifying themselves in socionics descriptions. Plus type descriptions of >this< kind are written for/from healthy people with some type-average enneagram. Because of the kind of environment I grew up in I can come off as Fi or FJ.

    Alternatively, this site is pretty understandable too.
    I tried being as truthful as possible. I can't tell exactly what is due to anxiety and what isn't. But all the times I've answered cognitive function quizzes, the results have been similar.

    I've never read about socionics. I will put some thought into it.

    I have read both of the other links and I just can't see myself anywhere in these descriptions. That sounds more like my dad than me (he is ISFJ, though). Loyal, dutiful, devotion, steadfastness, perseverance... Those are things I see in my dad, but definitely not me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L. W. View Post
    I tried being as truthful as possible. I can't tell exactly what is due to anxiety and what isn't. But all the times I've answered cognitive function quizzes, the results have been similar.

    I've never read about socionics. I will put some thought into it.

    I have read both of the other links and I just can't see myself anywhere in these descriptions. That sounds more like my dad than me (he is ISFJ, though). Loyal, dutiful, devotion, steadfastness, perseverance... Those are things I see in my dad, but definitely not me.
    Wow, you are fast. Tests results are just so wow. Cognitive tests are really easy to "get" when you understand what they are referring to/asking about but by then you probably know what you are already. Let's try like this

    this
     
    The individual is attracted to people seen as knowledgeable, as well as truthful and willing to share that knowledge, in matters seen as interesting and useful to the individual towards achieving productivity and efficiency. Reliable information rather than the finished analysis is what attracts the individual; facts and explanations, not answers limited to the conclusions. For the same reason, the individual avoids people who are inclined to give out unreliable or simply untruthful information.

    The individual tends to neglect to think about the productivity of his actions and unconsciously relies on others to give him directions and advice about the best, most productive ways of doing things. He has difficulties measuring how much work he has done, whether it is sufficient, and how much it is actually worth. The individual admires people who are aware of the productivity of their actions and are always trying to do something rational and worthwhile.


    or this
     
    The individual often becomes engrossed in serious work, which leads him to neglect his complementary need for fun and emotional release. He also feels vulnerable expressing himself spontaneously in public, which allows bad emotions and stress to build up, leading to depression or sudden hostility. He enjoys being around people who make him feel comfortable expressing himself, and who can make every day new and exciting.

    Although he may present a hard exterior in the company of strangers, he is likely to not be serious at all with people who know him better. His behavior changes radically - a calm and serious structured person will suddenly become jovial and warm.


    or you know what why not
     
    The individual tends to be chronically unaware of his own bodily processes, including physiological sensations and a sense of balance and alignment with one's true desires. He sometimes has peculiar preferences or tastes, which he himself is unable to understand or fulfill.

    The individual almost never emphasizes his attractiveness or sexuality overtly and publicly, but dreams of being pleasing to the senses to at least a small circle of trusted friends and partners who are able to develop and enhance his sexuality and attractiveness in a trusting atmosphere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanstaafl28 View Post
    Intuitives have a sort of flexibility that allows them to mimic what sensors do for short periods of time, but we can't sustain it for long. We just don't have the patience for details that sensors do. We'd rather stick to what we're good at: "The bigger picture." Do I think it gives intuitives an advantage in some instances? Yes I do. Does that mean intuitives are somehow superior to sensors? No I do not.
    This is a quote from another thread. The description fits me quite well. The mimicking part, especially. I can adopt many different appearances/vibes or whatever very easily. It's one of my talents, really. Sometimes I can't even tell which me is the true one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L. W. View Post
    This is a quote from another thread. The description fits me quite well. The mimicking part, especially. I can adopt many different appearances/vibes or whatever very easily. It's one of my talents, really. Sometimes I can't even tell which me is the true one.
    Chances are good you're an intuitive. Does it seem to push you outward, or pull you inward? That will help identify whether it's Ne or Ni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greyhart View Post
    Wow, you are fast. Tests results are just so wow. Cognitive tests are really easy to "get" when you understand what they are referring to/asking about but by then you probably know what you are already. Let's try like this

    this
     
    The individual is attracted to people seen as knowledgeable, as well as truthful and willing to share that knowledge, in matters seen as interesting and useful to the individual towards achieving productivity and efficiency. Reliable information rather than the finished analysis is what attracts the individual; facts and explanations, not answers limited to the conclusions. For the same reason, the individual avoids people who are inclined to give out unreliable or simply untruthful information.

    The individual tends to neglect to think about the productivity of his actions and unconsciously relies on others to give him directions and advice about the best, most productive ways of doing things. He has difficulties measuring how much work he has done, whether it is sufficient, and how much it is actually worth. The individual admires people who are aware of the productivity of their actions and are always trying to do something rational and worthwhile.


    or this
     
    The individual often becomes engrossed in serious work, which leads him to neglect his complementary need for fun and emotional release. He also feels vulnerable expressing himself spontaneously in public, which allows bad emotions and stress to build up, leading to depression or sudden hostility. He enjoys being around people who make him feel comfortable expressing himself, and who can make every day new and exciting.

    Although he may present a hard exterior in the company of strangers, he is likely to not be serious at all with people who know him better. His behavior changes radically - a calm and serious structured person will suddenly become jovial and warm.


    or you know what why not
     
    The individual tends to be chronically unaware of his own bodily processes, including physiological sensations and a sense of balance and alignment with one's true desires. He sometimes has peculiar preferences or tastes, which he himself is unable to understand or fulfill.

    The individual almost never emphasizes his attractiveness or sexuality overtly and publicly, but dreams of being pleasing to the senses to at least a small circle of trusted friends and partners who are able to develop and enhance his sexuality and attractiveness in a trusting atmosphere.
    Thank you! I had already read that second link, that's why.

    I can somewhat relate to almost everything in the first description. Regarding the second description, I only don't identify with the first sentence and the part about being "warm". I've never been described as "warm" except by one person (that one I was in love with). And my parents can see through my hardened exterior, but they would probably never call me "warm". And the third... "...chronically unaware of his own bodily processes"? I don't think so. Hypochondria makes me hyperaware of just that. The second paragraph is spot-on, though.

    What type(s) are these descriptions for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanstaafl28 View Post
    Chances are good you're an intuitive. Does it seem to push you outward, or pull you inward? That will help identify whether it's Ne or Ni.
    What exactly do you mean by "push outward" and "pull inward"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by L. W. View Post
    What exactly do you mean by "push outward" and "pull inward"?

    You'll feel it. The mimicry urge. Does it come from within, or without? Mine is without. I reach out to understand others better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L. W. View Post
    What type(s) are these descriptions for?
    1st is INFP and ISFP. It's a description of an inferior Te.

    2nd INTP and ISTP. It's a description of an inferior Fe.

    3rd is ENxP. It's an inferior Si. The way it works for me is I can and often do not notice exhaustion, hunger, pain. Get bruises and scratches of unknown origin, and do not notice getting ill until it's full out. On the other hand sometimes I get pain somewhere and just go "That's it. It's a cancer. Hello, death" or find a mole and "Was it always like this? Did it grow? Was it even here??".

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    I think the problem with type descriptions is that I somewhat identify with nearly all types. It's like astrology. If I read some random person's natal chart, chances are I will find a lot I identify with.

    Not that the validity of MBTI is the same of astrology (virtually zero), but it suffers from some of the same problems.

    How do type descriptions come about anyway? What is it about, say, Fi Ne Si Te, that makes people go: "INFPs want to help people! They are idealists!"?

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    The best description on Ne-Ti and Ti-Ne I've read on these forums was this. Is it metaphorical as fuck? Yes, it is but for some reason I get it so much.


     
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