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This is a discussion on The Amazing Spiderman within the Guess the type forums, part of the What's my personality type? category; I believe this thread is unique so what do you all think? So far i guessed Spiderman/Peter Parker - INFP ...

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    ENTP - The Visionaries


    The Amazing Spiderman

    I believe this thread is unique so what do you all think?




    So far i guessed

    Spiderman/Peter Parker - INFP
    Gwen Stacy - ENFJ
    Crazy scientest guy - ENTP
    Peter's uncle - ESTP/ISTP
    Peter's aunt - ESFJ/ISFJ
    Gwen's father - ESTJ/ISTJ
    Jerk that bullied Peter - ESTP


    It's a very 'E' movie no wonder poor Peter felt left out.



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    INFJ - The Protectors

    I definitely agree with Gwen and Peter being ENFJ and INFP, respectively.
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    ENTP - The Visionaries


    Quote Originally Posted by velvetoveralls View Post
    I definitely agree with Gwen and Peter being ENFJ and INFP, respectively.
    Yay! i'm not rubbish at typing after all.

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    @YOLOsodie What led you to INFP for Peter Parker, rather than say INTJ or INTP?
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    ENTP - The Visionaries


    Quote Originally Posted by Zadriela View Post
    @YOLOsodie What led you to INFP for Peter Parker, rather than say INTJ or INTP?
    How is he a J? He is all over the place, if he was a J he would have already figured what he wanted to be sooner.. and even towards the end of the film, he still hasn't figured out who he is yet.

    He is a idealist he lives in his dreams and he cares more about ''the greater good'' then being right like a T would.

    INTP/INTJ's wouldn't go as far as he did to save a bunch of people he didn't know

    It's OBVIOUS he is a P, a T/F 100% sure...


    A INTP in my experience wouldn't try so hard to be liked, that's a very NF quality they want to be liked.

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    ISFP - The Artists

    Quote Originally Posted by Zadriela View Post
    @YOLOsodie What led you to INFP for Peter Parker, rather than say INTJ or INTP?
    I haven't seen the movie, but I've always seen him as Ti dom in the comics.
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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Peter definitely an INTP in Amazing. He is always looking for knowledge and understanding and that is ultimately his driving force in life which is a very Ti thing, not Fi. Heck, after he gets his powers he's pretty damn selfish and irresponsible, which is not something an idealist INFP would do in that situation. If he were an INTJ he would have a dominant Ni, which means he would be a very focused person and not be sidetracked or distracted very easily. Plus, with an auxillary Te he would be organized and practical, rather than theory and knowledge oriented like someone with Ti. Peter is a pretty impulsive guy in this film and he doesn't exactly have a great work ethic. His secondary function of Ne comes out with his creativity, such as seeing the webs that the spiders are making and is all like "Imma make some of those". His application of them in the scene where he sets the "vibration trap" is very indicitive of both Ti and Ne, because he uses his knowledge of spider hunting techniques (Ti) and the creative insight (Ne) to come up with an answer to his problem. His third function, Si, comes out in his obsession with his parents death because Si is very much associated with past experiences and his final function of Fe is there in his big facial expressions, such as when he first perfects the web shooters. From what I have read, INTP's mostly come across as having Fi because they are so closed off, but the big facial expressions they typically have are a hallmark of Fe.

    Gwen's a little harder to place because she was a bit more of a satellite characer and we didn't really see what she wanted in life. An interest in science points her towards an NT type, but that's not always true.

    I'd say Curt Connors was an INTP, being that we see him being very internally motivated and more knowledge driven, much like Peter. I always though that Connors was a great character foil for Peter because of this similarity. Too bad we didn't get into his head much in this movie.

    Flash Thompson is the stereotypical ESTP.

    I'd say Captain Stacy is an ESTJ. Great leader that doesn't want any of your bullshit.

    Uncle Ben is probably an ESTP, but a very fully realized one who doesn't fall into the jerk jock stereotype that fictional ESTP's often get stuck in. He's relaxed, charismatic but not into theories or knowledge. Seems very ESTP to me.

    Aunt May is another satellite character who didn't really get much development in this one. Hard to figure out where she's coming from, though she gives a bit of an SJ vibe.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by ScotterTheOtter View Post
    Peter definitely an INTP in Amazing. He is always looking for knowledge and understanding and that is ultimately his driving force in life which is a very Ti thing, not Fi.
    Seeking understanding is actually a quality apparent in dominant feelers (Fi or Fe ones). That's pretty much exactly what feeling is about understanding things and understanding what they mean to you in order to make decisions and choices. Usually when you have someone trying to find themselves, understand where they are and what they are supposed to do that's a feeling function acting up. If it leads them then I would say that's definitely a sign of a strong feeling function. The thinking functions are just about logic and rational they are more about practicality and what makes sense more then they are about pure understanding. T types are about what is logical or what works, what is consistent and what makes sense. The who am I? What are we here for? What does this mean for people, thing is very much based in the Feeling functions.

    Heck, after he gets his powers he's pretty damn selfish and irresponsible, which is not something an idealist INFP would do in that situation.
    Fi is often called "selfish" as its immediate context is worrying about how one feels about itself and what the primary subjective self feels over what others feel. Usually when someone is worried primarily about their self interest it's from a subjective function that is concerned with the self first, other things later in terms of understanding. That's simply introverted judging. However Fi-Te and Fe-Ti are connected, you can't have one without the other. Fe users can be selfish people as well, Ti sticks up for the individual in Fe dominant types, as Fi does for Te types. Selfishness isn't a quality of a cognitive function, anyone can be selfish or self referencing, what matters is how often they engage in that function and how natural it is to them.

    If he were an INTJ he would have a dominant Ni, which means he would be a very focused person and not be sidetracked or distracted very easily.
    That's not what Ni is at all, actually. Ni in it's most basic form is taking in context from the past and present to imagine what could happen in the future. Ni has nothing to do with focus or not being distracted. You could say that a Ni type may be more prone to planning but Ni by itself doesn't mean the individual will be focused.

    his final function of Fe is there in his big facial expressions, such as when he first perfects the web shooters. From what I have read, INTP's mostly come across as having Fi because they are so closed off, but the big facial expressions they typically have are a hallmark of Fe.
    Being facially expressive has nothing to do with cognitive functions.

    Quote Originally Posted by firedell View Post
    I haven't seen the movie, but I've always seen him as Ti dom in the comics.
    In the comics and the cartoons he always seemed like an FJ to me (he changed several times threw out the years but he always seemed like a Fe type), definitely a Fe user before a Ti one though. He has that classic over thinking quality that comes with Fe users and he also uses information based solely on what the knowledge means to him rather then what it can do (Ti expression). He has mental breakthroughs using Ti but overall he always struck me as a Fe user first Ti one second. He was always caught up in responsibility, doing the right thing, doing what he was supposed to do and being haunted for his mistakes and past actions.
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    ENTP - The Visionaries


    Quote Originally Posted by ScotterTheOtter View Post
    Peter definitely an INTP in Amazing. He is always looking for knowledge and understanding and that is ultimately his driving force in life which is a very Ti thing, not Fi. Heck, after he gets his powers he's pretty damn selfish and irresponsible, which is not something an idealist INFP would do in that situation. If he were an INTJ he would have a dominant Ni, which means he would be a very focused person and not be sidetracked or distracted very easily. Plus, with an auxillary Te he would be organized and practical, rather than theory and knowledge oriented like someone with Ti. Peter is a pretty impulsive guy in this film and he doesn't exactly have a great work ethic. His secondary function of Ne comes out with his creativity, such as seeing the webs that the spiders are making and is all like "Imma make some of those". His application of them in the scene where he sets the "vibration trap" is very indicitive of both Ti and Ne, because he uses his knowledge of spider hunting techniques (Ti) and the creative insight (Ne) to come up with an answer to his problem. His third function, Si, comes out in his obsession with his parents death because Si is very much associated with past experiences and his final function of Fe is there in his big facial expressions, such as when he first perfects the web shooters. From what I have read, INTP's mostly come across as having Fi because they are so closed off, but the big facial expressions they typically have are a hallmark of Fe.

    Gwen's a little harder to place because she was a bit more of a satellite characer and we didn't really see what she wanted in life. An interest in science points her towards an NT type, but that's not always true.

    I'd say Curt Connors was an INTP, being that we see him being very internally motivated and more knowledge driven, much like Peter. I always though that Connors was a great character foil for Peter because of this similarity. Too bad we didn't get into his head much in this movie.

    Flash Thompson is the stereotypical ESTP.

    I'd say Captain Stacy is an ESTJ. Great leader that doesn't want any of your bullshit.

    Uncle Ben is probably an ESTP, but a very fully realized one who doesn't fall into the jerk jock stereotype that fictional ESTP's often get stuck in. He's relaxed, charismatic but not into theories or knowledge. Seems very ESTP to me.

    Aunt May is another satellite character who didn't really get much development in this one. Hard to figure out where she's coming from, though she gives a bit of an SJ vibe.

    I don't know what movie you watched but in the Amazing Spiderman he is a obvious INFP.

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    ENTP - The Visionaries


    INTP's are said to be 'social chameleon's' when has he ever tried to fit in? Also how he often broke into tears isn't common from INTP's and how he also saved people's lives that which he didn't know, out of logic? no out of feeling and regret for his uncle's death, the whole film is about him being emotional and realising his quest to save the world, yeah he occassionally studies and wants to learn more about things but the majority of the time he thinks about where his parents are and his dead uncle which is very Fi.
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