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Psychology: 16 Personality Types (MBTI)

  1. #843792014-11-08 12:55:06Jacek said:

    After some recent events and some hardcore thinking, I thought it would be interesting to take it again and compare what I had last time to now.

    Got INFJ. It's pretty accurate w.

  2. #844192014-11-09 01:04:59 *Momimochi said:

    I hate how people don't understand what being introverted actually means.
    Being introverted doesn't mean that you're a xenophobe or misanthrope. It just means that your energy gets rapidly drained when you're in a large group of people and you feel more alive when you're in an environment where there aren't so many things happening at once. Introverts are also prone to not speak their minds, or just generally have a more reserved personality. This doesn't mean that you don't talk in an animated fashion or that you don't talk at all. It also doesn't have anything to do with social anxiety or even shyness. In fact, there are stats that says around give or take 50% of big-name public speakers are introverts, that a good chunk of your teachers or professors are introverts.

    Being extroverted just means that you don't get mentally tired and exhausted when you're in an environment where there are many things happening at once or if you're surrounded by people, that your brain is capable of basically processing a shit-tonne of information coming at you at once. You're prone to speaking your mind and you don't feel awkward as fuck when involved in small-talk.

    It's about where you lose energy for the most part, but couple other factors like how analytical you are can be associated with introversion/extroversion but not necessarily.

    By the way, this is coming from someone who's one of the more extreme introverts.

  3. #844982014-11-12 08:35:57Wirt said:

    I appreciate the explanation but I don't think it's right. I'm more drained with a large group of people more than a quiet one. In fact, I'm more recharged with being quiet than being in a party or a social gathering. I tend to get really bored at them, if I even attend them in the first place, and would quickly try to find the first opportunity to leave.

  4. #844182014-11-09 00:51:51 *Momimochi said:

    I find it pretty amusing coming back to this thread after consolidating my original doubt of this whole test with actual facts and doctors of Psychology saying that all these things are bull in the psychology profession but, alas, curiosity is a thing.

    .... That I don't change. But alright.

  5. #844202014-11-09 01:06:20flossymoppet said:

    i got INFP, which is pretty spot on, i think. i did it a while ago and it said INTJ, which was so wrong it's kinda astounding. but INFP is about right.

  6. #844992014-11-12 08:38:26Kip said:

    I got ENTJ

    Pretty accurate, actually. Especially these parts;

    But unlike their Feeling (F) counterpart, ENTJs are characterized by an often ruthless level of rationality, using their drive, determination and sharp minds to achieve whatever end they've set for themselves


    The underlying thought running through the ENTJ mind might be something like "I don't care if you call me an insensitive b*****d, as long as I remain an efficient b*****d".


    Especially in a professional environment, ENTJs will simply crush the sensitivities of those they view as inefficient, incompetent or lazy.

    :'D i kinda like these tests!

  7. #956042015-12-14 19:03:03 *Enami said:

    I got INTJ the first time, then i tried again later and got INTP, the INTJ one deosn't match how i view myself perfectly but it has many similarities, while the INTP one is pretty spot on when it comes to many points..

  8. #956482015-12-15 04:58:43Kinnear said:

    I'm a proud ENTP. ;)

    To those who don't believe the type they got on the test doesn't accurately describe them, it probably doesn't. I've found it easier when introducing people to socionics in the past to estimate what I think best suits them, and have them read over the descriptions of similar types.

  9. #956532015-12-15 08:56:01 *udonge said:

    Well,I got INFP result, which is pretty consistent with what i normally get. More or less close to the type of person i am irl.

  10. #956542015-12-15 09:55:31Kinnear said:

    Took the test again out of curiousity. Said I'm an ENFJ. xD But nah, ENTP describes me more or less perfectly, I've looked into their profile in relative detail.

  11. #956592015-12-15 12:05:26Sheep said:

    I remember taking the test a long time ago to which I got INTP as a result. Took it again, and...

    o-o)/ tada

  12. #956802015-12-16 02:56:26DevilsDevina said:

    Got INFP-T

    This trait determines how we interact with.       our environment.
    Extraverted 27% Introverted 73%
    This trait shows where we direct our mental energy.
    Intuitive 74% Observant 26%
    This trait determines how we make decisions and cope with emotions.
    ThinkingF 30% Feeling 70%
    This trait reflects our approach to work, planning and decision-making.
    Judging 20% Prospecting 80%
    This trait underpins all others, showing how confident we are in our abilities and decisions.
    Assertive 44% Turbulent 56%
  13. #969332016-01-05 13:28:19Cloud-VK said:

    Last time I took this test was in 2013

    I just took it agian this morning, and after all that time I still got ENFP XD

    ~warms my heart~