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Question #1246084144Saturday, 27-Jun-2009
Category: Celebrities Typing
What was Michael Jackson's socionics type? -- Anonymous
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A1 INFj or ISFj...maybe the latter more. -- Anonymous
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A2 MJ was ISFP -- Steven (ENFp)
A3 Without a doubt an Fe type, likely ENFj or INFp -- An INFj
A4 No agreement... -- Anonymous
A5 ISFP.EEE-hee-hee -- scarletdragon
A6 Not an Fe type. ISFp is da winnaaaa -- Anonymous
A7 INFp. xD Watched his music video "Remember the Time" the other day. Spills his type so quickly -- David
A8 INFP.. i thought ISFP at first, but I think he's N from documentaries I've seen of him. INFPs don't do well with excess and celebrity! -- Anonymous
A9 isfp -- susan
A10 Michael Jackson, ESTP, "Star Quality", grandiosity, Egoistic Pattern -- jgbr
A11 INFp -- Anonymous
A12 I agree with MBTI...ISFP. "In the Closet" is one of my favorite songs and videos by him. I recommend it to all of you. -- Anonymous
A13 A11. Professional dancing and singing requires strong Se. Michael Jackson was exceptional in both. He was ESTP. -- jgbr
A14 A6, not an Fe type? ISFp = Si Fe. -- Anonymous
A15 I was incorrect at A10. and A13. Michael Jackson (MBTI:INFP) (Socionics:Yesenin), "The Peaceful Romantic", Creative, guided by strong inner sense of values, has a great deal of warmth, but may not show it until he knows a person well, The inner tenderness is masked by a quiet reserve, knows well how to successfully combine clothes and accessories, sometimes uneconomical in financial matters etc. (had conflicting relations with tyrannical ESTJ father) -- jgbr
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