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Using the example of INFP, which model do you prefer?
If you use another one, or don’t use functions at all, please leave a comment.

1-(vote INFP) Fi>Ne>Si>Te>unnamed functions (with them being either shadows or non-existent)
2-(vote ENFP) Fi>Ne>unnamed>Si>Te

3-(INTP) Fi>Ne>Se>Te>unnamed
4-(ENTP) Fi>Ne>unnamed>Se>Te

5-(INFJ) Fi>Ne>Se>Ti>unnamed
6-(ENFJ) Fi>Ne>unnamed>Se>Ti

7-(INTJ) Fi>Ne>Si>Ti>unnamed
8-(ENTJ) Fi>Ne>unnamed>Si>Ti

9-(ISFP) Fi>Ni>Si>Te>unnamed
10-(ESFP) Fi>Ni>unnamed>Si>Te

11-(ISTP) Fi>Ni>Se>Te>unnamed
12-(ESTP) Fi>Ni>unnamed>Se>Te

13-(ISFJ) Fi>Ni>Se>Ti>unnamed
14-(ESFJ) Fi>Ni>unnamed>Se>Ti

15-(ISTJ) Fi>Ni>Si>Ti>unnamed
16-(ESTJ) Fi>Ni>unnamed>Si>Ti

Posted by mstr-k on forum Posted on 2018-02-18 17:56:19

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  • Posted on: 2018-02-18 16:57:03


    I’ve been using the Grant model because I thought that was the one everyone else used, and even if I were to find a better or more accurate model, it would be more practical to speak the same language as everyone else, as comparing typings makes no sense if everyone is using a different system. But now I’ve seen many people using completely different models, so I’m wondering if that’s true for the majority of people here, or if it’s just a vocal minority. I don’t know if people are going to read all this shit, but I can try.