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Psychology: 16 Personality Types (MBTI)

  1. #664312013-11-21 22:09:25Rune said:

    Hmm... I got INTP this time around. I usually get either this or ENFP but never any other type. I guess I'm somewhere in-between the two or maybe I could be one or the other at different times.

  2. #698732014-02-09 22:54:14 *Cenica said:

    I took this test three times now and all times received the INFJ personality type ....
    Seems like a near perfect fit
    Especially this:

    INFJs should be careful to avoid “overheating” as their zeal and determination can sometimes get out of hand. As introverts, INFJs need to have some “alone time” every once in a while or otherwise their internal energy reserves will get depleted really quickly. If this happens, the INFJ may surprise everybody around them by withdrawing from all their activities for a while – and since other people usually see INFJs as extroverts, this can leave them both surprised and concerned.

    But minus this:

    Their easy and pleasant communication can often mislead bystanders, who might think that the INFJ is actually an extrovert.

    I don't really talk very often IRL unless I'm used to people. Though an outsider seeing me talking with friends might think I'm an extrovert...

    Also from another source:

    They know things intuitively, without being able to pinpoint why, and without detailed knowledge of the subject at hand. They are usually right, and they usually know it. Consequently, INFJs put a tremendous amount of faith into their instincts and intuitions. This is something of a conflict between the inner and outer worlds, and may result in the INFJ not being as organized as other Judging types tend to be. Or we may see some signs of disarray in an otherwise orderly tendency, such as a consistently messy desk.

    See...I'm psychic. Plays spooky music.
    True Story
    I once freaked a guy out who was playing mind games with my not too bright friend. Asking her how to spell what sounded like zoo when he was really saying "Zu" and such. I knew what the right answer was every time and I think it freaked him out a bit because he didn't talk to me after that...

  3. #698782014-02-10 01:44:21 *--Jack-- said:

    There is now a Survey for seeing CL's results.

    It's under the Initial Post

    Everyone please select the result you've recieved the most. If it is close choose the one you feel matches you the best.

  4. #698922014-02-10 07:53:31 *PigBoss said:

    INTJ/P

    The MBTI personality test is a test to gauge how people internalize the same given data into usable information in their personal ways. The personal method of analyzing data have trends, and it is a bit surprising how someone in the same MBTI type often understands your way of thinking, and sometimes it can be enough to start a meaningful communication. Anything besides what I stated (in my opinion) is too general/vague (fortune cookies. horoscopes/Chinese zodiac).

  5. #698992014-02-10 14:10:25Reage said:

    I got ENTP( devil’s advocates lol) and INTP. The only difference is the Introvert-Extrovert thing wich I am both depending on what the situation demands.

  6. #699382014-02-11 08:44:51 *Rinneko said:

    I went back twice over the past months and retook the test. My initial was INTP, second was INTJ and third was ENTP. What changed was the Introvert-Extrovert, which is pretty dependent on the people I'm around, and the Judging-Prospecting quality. I suppose I judge more in my mind but would not mention too many of them to others, which scored me the prospecting twice.

  7. #699972014-02-13 05:45:40 *Kirlyte said:

    I am an ENTJ, nothing new here. The phrasing of many of the questions in this iteration of the test were downright awful however (The question relating to altruism comes to mind. Altruism's definition/existence is so hotly debated the question is downright unanswerable. Other questions are not nearly specific enough to give a solid answer.)

    Despite their obvious limitations the MBTI types are still extremely intriguing. I do not feel it would be accurate to emphasize it as a tool of science/true psychology. The basis in Jung's work makes it very shaky ground in my eyes, and the Forer effect has a strong part to play in the tests. That said, I think it is still of limited use and is very good at isolating what values we idolize, even though we may not necessarily act on them.

    The majority of CL scoring an "I" on the first portion is not much of a surprise.