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    E.g INFP, ENTJ, any of the Big 5 personality types or even aspects of your personality e.g introvert, extrovert.

    Also share your opinions on any studies or tests to do with personality.
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    INTP master race checking in... :albertein:

    MBTI, though doubtful in it's accuracy due to the Barnum effect, is still nonetheless rather entertaining to explore and analyse! :borat:


    My favourite types of people are ENTJ (:love:), ENTP, INTJ and INTPs (as well as less emotional INFJs or eccentric & intellectual ENFPs). I suppose I get along naturally more well with "thinkers" (NTs).
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    I'm INFP too! (INFP-T) 😊
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    "ENTJ" though I should add there's little-no credible evidence for the Myers-Briggs test.
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    (Original post by jabbathemuttdog)
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    E.g INFP, ENTJ
    These "Jungian" personality types are so outdated and have been discredited by the large majority of modern-day personality researchers. Please look toward the "The Big 5" framework as the model for which personality researchers currently believe to be more accurate, if you wish to classify your personality.
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    (Original post by Cubone-r)
    These "Jungian" personality types are so outdated and have been discredited by the large majority of modern-day personality researchers. Please look toward the "The Big 5" framework as the model for which personality researchers currently believe to be more accurate, if you wish to classify your personality.
    Still fun to analyse tho.. thanks though.
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    (Original post by CuriousSherlock)
    INTP master race checking in... :albertein:

    MBTI, though doubtful in it's accuracy due to the Barnum effect, is still nonetheless rather entertaining to explore and analyse! :borat:


    My favourite types of people are ENTJ (:love:), ENTP, INTJ and INTPs (as well as less emotional INFJs or eccentric & intellectual ENFPs). I suppose I get along naturally more well with "thinkers" (NTs).
    ENTJ commander checking in
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    MBTI is the new star sign lol...
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    ANTJ. Well, I often get INTJ or ENTJ in multiple tests, and as such, consider myself an ambivert
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    INFP !!
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    mine usually changes between INFP and INFJ
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    It can seem rather accurate, and it can be, but usually there are significant discrepancies. The system is interesting nonsense imo.
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    INFJ-A from taking the test once, although I have no idea what it really means.

    If anything, I would more consider myself to be INTJ but the test says otherwise :hmmmm2:
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    I'm an INTP! I think it's weird how we can classify people's mannerisms into their own little "types", but it's so fascinating.
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