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Old 29/07/2008, 10:54 AM
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Wich INTJ subtype is more common? Ti or Ne? And why it is so? Share your minds, please.
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I don't know, what do you think?
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Old 04/09/2008, 09:15 PM
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Old 05/09/2008, 07:21 AM
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Wich subtype scare you more ? Ti or Ne ?
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Wich INTJ subtype is more common? Ti or Ne? And why it is so? Share your minds, please.
Neither Ti or Ne subtype is more common; subtype follows a normal distribution, and the mean is a balanced type. Or I could just be making that up.
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Wich INTJ subtype is more common? Ti or Ne? And why it is so? Share your minds, please.
No one knows in the same way that no one knows what type is most common. On top of that, it may come to you as a surprise, many people are well balanced between the two.
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really?....

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Wich INTJ subtype is more common? Ti or Ne? And why it is so? Share your minds, please.
why must there be only 2 subtypes...i see more than that.
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Old 07/09/2008, 01:58 AM
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why must there be only 2 subtypes...i see more than that.
Do you mean like after long interaction with one type you start behaving like one too?
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Old 07/09/2008, 06:06 PM
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really?....


why must there be only 2 subtypes...i see more than that.
There must not be only 2 subtypes. Bright eyes distinguish more.
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Old 08/09/2008, 01:14 PM
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I've heard there is model for 8 sub types, and I guess maybe one way to look at it is that sub types basically way to give further maybe clarification to type descriptions.

Other theory is, if like for instance an INTj is say a Ti sub type, then this means that emphasis on Ne would go down (because emphasis on Ti is up), so ability to use S would go up (as emphasis on N is decreased) .. so is a Ti sub type same as Se sub type?

Or is sub type dependent on what particular function we choose to focus on by choice or life circumstance? Or is sub type rooted in deeper brain function.

Um.. I don't know at mo, so feel free to ignore this post

One thing I've noticed with ISTp Si and Te sub type is that in Si there use of F seems a little higher, but I think ISTp Te don't use it so conciously, but are more sensitive and more responsive to it. Could be wrong but what i've seen, don't know if this could then be related to INTj Ti and Ne sub types and there response to PoLR functions, and other types as well.

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Old 08/09/2008, 06:47 PM
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Umm I think this is related not so much to 1st 2nd function as to input output, which one you prefer more. Granted with enough information accumulated on input there will be need to output that all, and hence subtype could switch until next time.

I think if you have a good balance between in/out then your subtype should not be that obvious. Oh and input for ISTp would be SN and output TF so if you're T subtype you would be more concerned with F than if you are S subtype. This rule seem to work for me.

Then of course there are adaptation models people use to adapt to their environment, sort of like behaving a bit like another type, those are easy come easy go, but some prefer to call them subtypes too, which makes it confusing like INTj with ENFj adaptation model they would call INTj with ENFj subtype.
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Umm I think this is related not so much to 1st 2nd function as to input output, which one you prefer more. Granted with enough information accumulated on input there will be need to output that all, and hence subtype could switch until next time.

I think if you have a good balance between in/out then your subtype should not be that obvious. Oh and input for ISTp would be SN and output TF so if you're T subtype you would be more concerned with F than if you are S subtype. This rule seem to work for me.

Then of course there are adaptation models people use to adapt to their environment, sort of like behaving a bit like another type, those are easy come easy go, but some prefer to call them subtypes too, which makes it confusing like INTj with ENFj adaptation model they would call INTj with ENFj subtype.
Simsa wonder how distingush hyper sensitive 6th from naturally weak 4th?

Also what if no 1st input long time? Then 2nd start create like crazy from almost no 1st input (give crazy creation?)?


Adaption only temporary not interest.
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Simsa wonder how distingush hyper sensitive 6th from naturally weak 4th?

Also what if no 1st input long time? Then 2nd start create like crazy from almost no 1st input (give crazy creation?)?


Adaption only temporary not interest.
These are good questions actually (thanks Simsa!).
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Ryan are you familiar with Mironov's integration of Model A with Reinin traits?
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Not the first time that you have quoted yourself
Is it by chance that Simsa disappeared and Vibration reappeared in the same time?
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Ryan are you familiar with Mironov's integration of Model A with Reinin traits?
Not familiar; how does it work?
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Not familiar; how does it work?
I have been having trouble finding his work on the internet, especially in English, but there is this:

http://www.google.com/translate?u=ht...&hl=en&ie=UTF8
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Not the first time I have quoted you indirectly.
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72.8% of INTj's are the Ti subtype; 27.2% of INTj's are the Ne subtype.

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