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This is a discussion on Ask an INTJ a question. within the INTJ Forum - The Scientists forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by AlphaOmegaDEFCON4 Efficiency seems more like a J thing. Also, detachment is a...trademark of Thinkers. Or maybe that's ...

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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaOmegaDEFCON4 View Post
    Efficiency seems more like a J thing. Also, detachment is a...trademark of Thinkers. Or maybe that's just introversion. :x
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    Yes, obejective decision is what I meant to say, my apologies.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by Everlea View Post
    I'll start? : )

    I've always wanted more T to my F...so why do you think you fall more on the T side of things or..what sort of tendencies do you have that make you more of a T? (A little vague of a question so I apologize)
    Your test bar says your 53% feeling, if i read it correctly. The good news is you can get a hold of yourself..the bad news is that you allow yourself to be hijacked. Ah, the reptilian brain and "feelings"...you want to develop the T side then I suggest paying attention to when your being hijacked by strong emotions. Everyone does at some point...ever felt "in love" hijacked...real love isn't a feeling but more of a behavior. ( I posted what real love is in another thread. )

    I personally make a list of pro and cons on any given situation. I'm practical and it's rare for me even to have impulsive behavior. Not even impulse buying. I am however spontaneous.

    hope I have given you help or at the very least something to think about and consider.

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    Unknown Personality

    Quote Originally Posted by Rose Belle View Post
    Your test bar says your 53% feeling, if i read it correctly. The good news is you can get a hold of yourself..the bad news is that you allow yourself to be hijacked. Ah, the reptilian brain and "feelings"...you want to develop the T side then I suggest paying attention to when your being hijacked by strong emotions. Everyone does at some point...ever felt "in love" hijacked...real love isn't a feeling but more of a behavior. ( I posted what real love is in another thread. )

    I personally make a list of pro and cons on any given situation. I'm practical and it's rare for me even to have impulsive behavior. Not even impulse buying. I am however spontaneous.

    hope I have given you help or at the very least something to think about and consider.
    How helpful :0! Thank you...I don't know if its because I can get a grip or because I just abandon the feelings before they can turn into a wild fire. I am completely aware when I'm being hijacked actually xD I just can't control it. :0 It just...happens. Impulsively.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Do you secretly enjoy it when people call you an evil bastard?
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    INTJ

    Absolutely, sometimes I openly enjoy it - helps scare em off.
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    INTJ

    Anyone else find the Milgram Experiment to be awesome? Fun how you can get people with F to just torture people by saying 'not your responsibility' and 'please continue'. Hah.
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    INTJ - The Scientists


    Lol, I've read about that before. Fascinating stuff.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I may have to look into that *insert evil laugh*

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I know about that experiment too, from an psychology book and some googling.
    But I think the Stanford Prison Experiment is more extreme though.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by fr33l4nc3 View Post
    I know about that experiment too, from an psychology book and some googling.
    But I think the Stanford Prison Experiment is more extreme though.
    And more interesting... From a social psychology point of view of course. But then being cynical and finding social situations illogical and confusing has lead to an inordinate interest in social psychology on my part.
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