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  • Type: TiNe
  • Development: l-l-
  • Attitude: Adaptive

Makes very much sense.  I’m not sure I have seen it with anxiety though, but maybe Fa-2….
I hope there at one time will be a similar graduation of all functions/clusters(?),  since it is so apparent that there is a correlation between obvious expressive units and obvious character traits of the person.  Likewise there are those who show only very light vultology signals for fx Te, and they  do not show much proactive rigidity either.  There has been a similar discussion in psychiatry where a diagnosis is usually given due to the numbers of criteria, but some have the opinion that more weight should be given to how strong each criteria manifest (which is also what is looked for in reality, it is just not in the manual.

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