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    English is not my native language and i dont live in an english speaking country.

    Well i already knew approximately how much a dog would cost because i already had cats. but cost isn't the only important factor to me in fact the only more expensive breed that comes to my mind would be a poodle because of the regular hair cut. (if you choose to not do it yourself)

    As for the breed i knew what i wanted to do with my dog so if i want to put effort into training i won't get a stubborn breed and so on. So basically yes i already had an idea. but of course when i was younger id look for the cutest looking breed and study all breeds in order to decide which was the cutest.


    Second i tend to look at the whole picture and if there are too many details i connect them and order them in order to get the whole picture. i always thought that was typical for INTJs. An example of what happens pretty often: Today i cleaned the room and i put a glass of water on the windowsill, i went out of the room thinking about something else, came back, opened the window and by doing so i pushed the glass of the edge instead of recognizing it.


    About the psychology part: Well id say that this personality typing thing is a part of psychology and i did research about various mental disorders so i already know some bits and its interesting enough to consider learning more about it.


    So Js stick to every plan they have? even if better opportunities come up? If i plan on getting a certain dog breed and the shelter doesn't have it ill keep looking. but if i plan on getting a certain breed and someone tells me something bad about it which i haven't considered yet and offers me a better breed which matches me more ill make up my mind.


    Ive heard that before but aren't INTPs geniuses? All about math and science? And detail orientated? Im not that smart. well i think if it wasn't so boring id understand it and like it but unfortunately its boring. I also only do things which benefit my life. its hard to find something that keeps me interested. When i find something cool i get obsessive but it doesn't last long.
    I also need deadlines if i dont have a deadline i won't do it. But ill procrastinate until the very end.
    Last edited by skitake; 02-11-2016 at 05:28 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skitake View Post
    So Js stick to every plan they have? even if better opportunities come up? If i plan on getting a certain dog breed and the shelter doesn't have it ill keep looking. but if i plan on getting a certain breed and someone tells me something bad about it which i haven't considered yet and offers me a better breed which matches me more ill make up my mind.


    Ive heard that before but aren't INTPs geniuses? All about math and science? And detail orientated? Im not that smart. well i think if it wasn't so boring id understand it and like it but unfortunately its boring. I also only do things which benefit my life. its hard to find something that keeps me interested. When i find something cool i get obsessive but it doesn't last long.
    I also need deadlines if i dont have a deadline i won't do it. But ill procrastinate until the very end.
    I do not think Js necessarily stick to every plan they have, and INTPs are not necessarily geniuses

    also I think maybe INTPs do tend to procrastinate ;)

    I am not saying you are necessarily INTP either, however I think that would be the next possibility I would consider

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    okay thats difficult. but thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by skitake View Post
    okay thats difficult. but thanks
    hope I didn't confuse you too much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maker of helmets View Post
    hope I didn't confuse you too much

    No im just as clueless as before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skitake View Post
    No im just as clueless as before.
    of those types, INTP, INTJ and ISTJ do you find INTP suits you best, even if you may have other doubts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maker of helmets View Post
    do you find INTP suits you best, even if you may have other doubts
    No I think INTJ fits me best. I've been checking the cognitive functions over the past couple of days and i always seem to end up with Ni Fi Se Te. But i still have doubts because i seem to be less interested in stuff than INTJs who always want to learn something and soak knowledge up like a sponge.


    If i was INTP id have to use Ne Fe Si Ti which is the opposite of what I've come up with.

    If i was ISTJ.. well when i read the "you know you're ISTJ when.." thread i dont even identify with 1 thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skitake View Post
    No I think INTJ fits me best. I've been checking the cognitive functions over the past couple of days and i always seem to end up with Ni Fi Se Te. But i still have doubts because i seem to be less interested in stuff than INTJs who always want to learn something and soak knowledge up like a sponge.


    If i was INTP id have to use Ne Fe Si Ti which is the opposite of what I've come up with.

    If i was ISTJ.. well when i read the "you know you're ISTJ when.." thread i dont even identify with 1 thing.
    that's great! for what it's worth, I think you're taking a good approach

    functions then checking with descriptions
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    When typing yourself you want to think back to childhood:

    Do you create artwork/write a novel for others or yourself?

    Do you care more about maintaining group harmony and generally follow the group's values or follow you're OWN strict moral code and all hell breaks lose if someone violates a value of yours? (However, a Fi user can resemble a Fe user if one of their values is group harmony)

    Do you empathize by feeling/absorbing the person's raw emotions or putting yourself in their shoes first?

    Are your values objective or subjective? Could you provide an example for how your value/s are either objective or subjective?

    The intuition functions:

    Ni is about being able to see subconscious patterns and symbols. It analyzes the past, but then looks far out into the future. It is not sentimental or nostalgic like Si. It looks for the deeper symbols and patterns. Ni finds one idea and builds on it over time. Ni users talk streamlined/one thing at a time. Ni is linear. On the other hand, Ne is about possibilities, more so several possibilities at once, the "what could be and what if's." It looks for broad shallow patterns and symbols. Ne users tend to talk about possibilities and sound random. Ne is non-linear. Ni and Ne are both abstract.

    The sensing functions:

    Se and Si are both sensing functions. So both want/use concrete-empirically experienced data. Se wants to live in the right now. When playing a video game you have played before Se just thinks about that moment. It doesn't think "Oh how did I win this game last time?" like a Si user would. Se doesn't care about all the joy you got from playing that same game before. What matters is RIGHT NOW. It wants to discover as it goes. It's good at improvising. It doesn't think about the past or future, just right now. A Se user sees a bird. All they think is "Wow, a bird." They are the adrenaline junkies-race car drivers. Se wants to go on adventures, be reckless, and impulsive. Se is not scared of trying anything new. Think Harry Potter-either ISFP or ISTP.

    Si on the other hand, looks to the past when dealing with the present. It is about the tried and true method. So if I get into a fight with someone I'll think how did I win this fight last time? And use the same methods. It is about getting the same joy from something over and over/reliving emotions. I feel all those past feelings/emotions/memories when I play Kingdom Hearts over and over again. I generally stick to same gaming methods. When I look at a picture of a bird, I think of my own bird. I think wow he looks like my bird, he has the same grumpy, bossy, look on his face. Si gets scared about new things. Think of Hermione Granger- either ESTJ or ISTJ.

    Ni and Te are linear.
    Ti and Ne are non-linear.


    Also, Ni and Si are similar. They both have an abstract quality to them. They are both introverted perceiving functions. Both are connected to memory and experience. They both create archetypes. Ni- conceptual archetypes. Si- physical archetypes. Both have hard time dealing with things they haven’t dealt with before. Both have an attitude about taking short cuts “Oh, I’ve seen this before. This is the answer. " They don’t need to think through the specific details to know what’s going to happen, since they’ve already seen it before. Both look to the past to help them figure out new situations. But Si is concrete. Ni is conceptual.

    Biggest difference: Si is about concrete experiences. Ni is about conceptual experiences.

    (from Robert2928's example)

    conceptual experience- 1.“Wow that girl hugged me so she must like me…wait isn’t this what happened on (insert tv show here)? Oh she doesn’t like me afterall”

    concrete experience- 2. What has personally happened. “Wow that girl hugged me so she must like me…then again (insert other girl name here) hugged me and she didn’t like me so maybe I’m wrong”

    In math class, in order to understand the problem, do you need the general idea-conceptual thinking or examples-concrete thinking?

    Difference between Si and Ni:

    http://funkymbtifiction.tumblr.com/p...31790/ni-vs-si

    This site shows who you are at your worst:

    Accurate Typing: The Inferior Function - MBTI Notes

    Erasing the ISTJ stereotypes:

    http://funkymbtifiction.tumblr.com/p...tj-stereotypes
    Last edited by Kitty23; 02-13-2016 at 02:15 AM.
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