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Old 16/06/2010, 01:32 AM
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Ok. I've just read that first article and that helps. J and P are defined in a different way than what I'm used to. I'll have to give this some more thought and return to it in the morning. No time at the moment... But I am seeing that it would be better for me to look at dominant functions of INTjs and INTps to determine his type rather than looking at the overall type descriptions which seem simalar in some places. Thanks for your help.
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