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Namiko
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15 Jan 2007, 6:25 pm

I am either INTJ or ISTJ, depending on which test I take. I have a decent intuitive sense, but rarely choose to listen to it because I would rather explain things in factual details.

Very strong Introvert
Borderline between Intuitive and Sensing
Very strong Thinking
Strong Judging


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01 May 2011, 10:10 pm

INTJ

My N and J were both a lot stronger than my I though.

Any Aspies on here ever get an E instead of an I?

I've been told that I either talk too much or too little depending on the situation.



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02 May 2011, 12:23 am

INTJ here.



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02 May 2011, 1:59 am

Holy thread dig, batman!

Anyhow, I always test up as an INFJ, and fit the profile near perfectly. From the test linked on the first page:

Introverted 89
Intuitive 62
Feeling 50
Judging 78

very expressed introvert
distinctively expressed intuitive personality
moderately expressed feeling personality
very expressed judging personality



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02 May 2011, 12:39 pm

INTJ

Introvert_ 78
Intuitive_ 25
Thinking_ 75
Judging_ 22



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02 May 2011, 1:18 pm

INTP, and I pretty much stay that way. I can understand intellectually that the ISTJ is often right where I am wrong but can't for the life of me emulate the ISTJ's thought patterns. They are actually the one personality type that I have the deepest respect for. Without such, my own ilk would be nothing. But they appreciate my type in return. We do unpleasant things like long-term planning and coping with ambiguity, so they don't have to waste their time with it.

I am absolutely incapable of giving a yes/no answer to a complex question. I can't even answer the question, "who won at Gettysburg?" without first having to give a drawn-out thesis on the proper method for defining a victor in a complex historical battle, and I would probably try to give the asker some important details about key points in the battle that might have helped determine the outcome. The closest I could come to a yes/no answer on it would be, "if what you are asking what is the consensus of most credible historians, essentially all of them would tell you the north won." Other people have the opposite problem in that they can't handle ambiguity, but I tend to be wishy-washy to the point that people eventually get frustrated and annoyed.

Lovers tend to complain loudly that I tend to make things intellectual inappropriately. In fact, this has been a major blight on my love life. Honestly, do you really want someone to, in the middle of lovemaking, explain how there are various theories on how oxytocin is involved in lovemakings? This would be bad enough! But when my lover complains, I will try to make amends by saying something like, "well, this is really only theoretical, and even if it were true then oxytocin would be one of many actors in the formulation of a sophisticated human emotion." There goes that mood.

One place where I don't have as much of a problem is in realizing that my theoretical internal world is not something that I can divorce from external reality, so I can sometimes think at least to a supplementary extent in terms of an ISTP, even though at heart I tend to be more of a foo-headed intellectual.

Also, I'm getting a little bit better at overcoming my introversion, and that makes me happy. There was a time that I could barely talk to people I didn't know without stammering to the point of not even being comprehensible.



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02 May 2011, 1:35 pm

ShowMeASign wrote:
I just found out in my psychology class that I am a ISTJ. Out of curiosity I decided to google it and discovered it is common with Aspies. Wow..I actually fit in for once!! What does this mean?
Just tell people you are useful, or at least try to be. They will understand. You're pretty much the polar opposite of a stereotypical dumb blonde, oversexed cheerleader type, and I approve.



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02 May 2011, 3:17 pm

I took a personality test a while back and I was INTJ. My N and J are only mildly expressed, while I am almost 100% I and T.


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04 Apr 2017, 1:40 pm

INFJ



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04 Apr 2017, 3:31 pm

INFP - Mediator Type

I'm up there with the likes of Shakespeare and Tolkien so I'm happy ;)


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04 Apr 2017, 3:34 pm

INT J.

I think it's very me. Some of the commentary was quite eerie.



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04 Apr 2017, 4:39 pm

Always in INTJ, which is of course the best type . . . . :mrgreen:


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05 Apr 2017, 5:52 am

intp.



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05 Apr 2017, 11:58 am

I'm an INTJ (-T).

Done multiple tests over the years and it's always the same.


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06 Apr 2017, 2:46 am

I got INFJ-T. Basically introverted, intuitive, emotional, judging and turbulant. Whatever that means.


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06 Apr 2017, 2:49 am

Frustrated INFJ here