How to know if you are a judger/ perceiver when you score 50/50

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This is a discussion on How to know if you are a judger/ perceiver when you score 50/50 within the Cognitive Functions forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; Please bear with me as I am new...and still very green. I have the book, Please Understand Me II, and ...

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    ENFJ - The Givers

    How to know if you are a judger/ perceiver when you score 50/50

    Please bear with me as I am new...and still very green. I have the book, Please Understand Me II, and from that test, I have always come out an ENFJ. On other tests, I have come out ENFP and ENFJ. Still another, I scored 50/50. I feel like I lean more to the judger side...but how does one know? I am unfamiliar with the Jungian terminology, but would like to know more...as someone one here kindly directed me to this forum so I may become more self aware. Thank you for your attention.
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    I would look to the cognitive functions to see which are a better fit. ENFJ and ENFP do not share any of the same cognitive functions. I am not expert on the cognitive functions, but I am learning. ENFPs are Extroverted Intuition (Ne) Dominant, and ENFJs are Extroverted Feeling (Fe) Dominant. Reading up on descriptions of each of these as a dominant function might help. Also, just reading several descriptions of each type might be of some help, to see which seems more like you.
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by Deans View Post
    Please bear with me as I am new...and still very green. I have the book, Please Understand Me II, and from that test, I have always come out an ENFJ. On other tests, I have come out ENFP and ENFJ. Still another, I scored 50/50. I feel like I lean more to the judger side...but how does one know? I am unfamiliar with the Jungian terminology, but would like to know more...as someone one here kindly directed me to this forum so I may become more self aware. Thank you for your attention.
    Also understand that Please Understand Me is not a personality book it is a book on temperaments and social roles. He is just using the Myers Briggs personality types as categorizers or descriptors. So Kiersey's descriptions deal much more how with how you come across in public, or what type of persona you adopt outwardly, which is not personality. Personality is much, much different and would not change as easily. It's not to devalue Kiersey completely there is some value in understanding your general outward approach, but these things can change all the time. Myers Briggs types are based around her own studies of behavior and the psychological research of Carl G Jung who wrote Psychological Types Psychological Types - Wikisocion in the early 20th Century.
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