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Gregory House MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Gregory House'
Gregory House MBTI type
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TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 45


ENTP - 24
INTJ - 11
INTP - 5
ENTJ - 5

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 21


5W6 - 18
8W7 - 2
7W8 - 1

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People who call him ENTP or INTJ don't actually have a good reason for it they just have a bias against INTPs and ISTPs. Agree with sx/sp, 5 so/sx are the most agreeable of 5 and there's nothing agreeable about him. So sx/sp. http://rebloggy.

MBTI type of Gregory House

. No INTP is that assertive. I still think House is a composed character, just like Sherlock, made in order the fit the ''eccentric genius'' stereotype, rather than consistency.

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. #scotty, I thought it was implied that if a supposed ISTP character shows strong intuition, it can only be genius level use of Ni in an ISTP. He changed though from how he was at the beginning.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Gregory House. You make a good point about his Percievness and negating people conclusions because of his expertise. I may consider ENTP again, but he's too sure on following hunches.Which of the 16 personality types is Gregory House?. I mean, how many people who show high level intuition will we type as ISTP because ''genius tertiary Ni''. There isn't a single thing about House that points to him being a judger. It's so obvious that you don't even bother trying to refute it that way so your argument relies on function magic. He negates people's conclusions. INTJs aren't aggressive like that either they shy away from conflict. You seem ill-informed. He uses Ti 99% of the time and only at the last second does he use his intuition to fill in the blanks. Other times he's shown to be extremely observational like Sherlock Holmes which means he can't have inferior sensing. There might be a sliver of INTJ in there somewhere but it's not the biggest portion. He's TP to the core. House's greatest moments are when the pieces suddenly come together in his mind, away from the case or evidence, from only some slight remark unrelated to the case. He also takes in bits of information others provided and jumps to conclusion from this. It's true that he makes jumps in reasoning like House, but it's always from something he directly observed. So, while House's greatest strength lies in the ''jumps of reason'', Sherlock's biggest strength lies in his direct observational skills. I don't understand where you get the notion that House is about ''improvising'', he's about making unexpected connections between bits of information. Of course someone could say this is Ne, but this somewhere where both N functions are similar. Also, it should be mentioned that characters like House and Sherlock are not intended to be realistic, their complexity probably lies in the fact that personalities of different people were mashed in order to create the ''genius'' type of person. So, he probably has pieces of both INTJ, ENTP and ISTP to him. If you think I'm wrong then bring me some evidence otherwise you are just stating an opinion that means nothing. I could just as easily say he's Ti-Se with inferior Fe problems and call it a day. He's Ni-Te. You seem cool on forums big'ol but then you come here and make yourself look stupid. Yes he is the epitome of an INTJ's ideal image but an INTJ's ideal image is of an ISTP. INTJs can't use deductive reasoning, not logical, not quick witted, not quick thinkers, not aggressive, can't use common sense, not spontaneous, not chaotic, not rule breaking, not improvisers, not experimental, not bad boys, not criminals, not heartless, not strategic, not tactical, not observant, not motorcycle riders. Improvising is Se. He's way too disorganised to be an intj