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Re: What is your MBTI Type? 

Postby Spyromed » Sun Aug 30, 2015 9:52 am

INTJ-T.
Would probably disagree with the J, but what can ya do.
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Re: What is your MBTI Type? 

Postby NihilisticNinja » Sun Aug 30, 2015 10:35 am

INFP.
Sounds about right.
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Re: What is your MBTI Type? 

Postby Broocevelt » Sun Aug 30, 2015 5:56 pm

Daniel aka Roocevelt wrote:ISTP (Introverted Sensing Thinking Perceiving)
Dunno what it means though even by reading the descriptions.
Doesn't fit me at all (except from the feeling part)

Remember this from 4 years ago?

ENFP
Extravert(22%) iNtuitive(28%) Feeling(22%) Perceiving(28%)

Wow, that's a change
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Re: What is your MBTI Type? 

Postby Gizmological » Fri Sep 04, 2015 12:22 pm

I got ISTP.
I agree with this to a certain extent, but I feel that it's not quite accurate.

On a side note, famous ISTPs include Tom Cruise, Clint Eastwood and Burt Reynolds.

Yeah, not too sure about this one...
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Re: What is your MBTI Type? 

Postby energizerspark » Fri Sep 04, 2015 3:46 pm

4 years ago I got ISTJ
Now I am ESTP.
Extravert(3%) Sensing(22%) Thinking(3%) Perceiving(16%)
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Re: What is your MBTI Type? 

Postby 123fendas » Fri Sep 25, 2015 2:07 pm

Alright! I just took it.

INTP.

Spoiler : The percents and stuff: :
Introvert(44%) iNtuitive(9%) Thinking(31%) Perceiving(12%)
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Re: What is your MBTI Type? 

Postby Ferdielance » Sat Oct 03, 2015 1:20 am

Usually, I've gotten INTP, but this time I got INFP. Perhaps not coincidentally, I consider the "feeling/thinking" dichotomy the most deeply flawed and problematic part of the MBTI. It's based on stereotype, not research, and on making Barnum statements that play on self-image, rather than real emotional understanding.

The idea that thinking and feeling are somehow opposites, or that a person "prefers" one over the other, is exactly the kind of nonsense that leads people to stereotype folks on the autism spectrum as unfeeling robots, while treating artists as some magical bundles of irrational creative epiphany, rather than thinking people who have practiced a skill over time. It also plays into destructive stereotypes of men AND women!

(I can back up this criticism of the MBTI with legitimate research.)
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Re: What is your MBTI Type? 

Postby Singidava » Tue Oct 13, 2015 11:15 pm

Ferdielance wrote:Usually, I've gotten INTP, but this time I got INFP. Perhaps not coincidentally, I consider the "feeling/thinking" dichotomy the most deeply flawed and problematic part of the MBTI. It's based on stereotype, not research, and on making Barnum statements that play on self-image, rather than real emotional understanding.

The idea that thinking and feeling are somehow opposites, or that a person "prefers" one over the other, is exactly the kind of nonsense that leads people to stereotype folks on the autism spectrum as unfeeling robots, while treating artists as some magical bundles of irrational creative epiphany, rather than thinking people who have practiced a skill over time. It also plays into destructive stereotypes of men AND women!

(I can back up this criticism of the MBTI with legitimate research.)

An interesting point but I have the feeling a lot of it also has to do with the category names being taken too literally. The categories have to be named something and the current names are... marketable, even if they might not be entirely representative. Then again, I haven't exactly researched this, so I could be totally wrong. :D

Anyway, do you think it would be more accurate if Feeling was instead something like "decisions by instinct" (Instictive) while Thinking would be "decisions by rationalizing" (Rationalizing)? Hm, maybe that's a bit too close of J/P axis, but I've gotten the image that's more about planning ahead or being spontaneous.
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Re: What is your MBTI Type? 

Postby TheReaper » Thu Dec 10, 2015 4:15 am

INTJ, why am I not surprised that this seems to be the most common one here?
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