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- Type: TiNe
- Development: l--l
- Attitude: Adaptive
Ah neat! This interaction video is very helpful. (also, you two are great – she’s so hilarious)
It does help clarify, yes! i think SeFi is actually right. she wasn’t as open/natural in the other videos you sent, but she seems to really be herself in this one. But maybe I’m missing something? We finally have some other new vultologists rising up, so I wonder what they think? Anyone wanna double-check? ._.
Also I should make a quick note that INTJ =/= NiTe, SeFi =/= ESFP and SeTi =/= ESTP… at least not in any measurable way. Usually unseelie PeFi’s type as INTJ/INTP and adaptive Fe’s often type as “F” even if they’re high in Ti. One of the main reasons CT let go of the 4-letter code is because of the misconceptions they bring. When we have a functions-first typology, incongruencies develop between the letter-preferences because it’s essentially two separate systems. The main letter-code misconceptions are summed up in this article as:
I bring this up since you mentioned in email that INTJ does seem to fit her well, and this by itself is not that unusual. The INxJ types often tend to fit most people interested in MBTI due to the selection process involved in those who gravitate to MBTI in the first place, and further by the abundance of unique qualities those types are inflated with.
If she’s instead an useelie SeFi, the unseeliness (link) may not only lead to an affiliation with a “T” designation but also to the “I” temperament, since if you define extroversion as “social extroversion” then it not only conflates with “E” but also with “F” (people), according to the standard MBTI. It’s a very twisty game, and even then there’s no directly 1:1 translation from MBTI to CT.