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Amazone I.
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Just got my test result....apparently I am INFP...with 65% Introversion. I'm O+ explorer.
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I have different ideas on the topic. Instead of trying to find correlations between the whole type (eg, "ISTP), it might be useful to find correlations with one of the dimensions. A teacher might be mostly a thinker. Explorer might be an intuitor. A hunter might be a sensor and so on.



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Quoted from 18545
This is interesting so I took the test.
istj with a strong in the t
i'm either a hunter or an explorer
That would fit Hunter but not Explorer




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Quoted from cajun
Paul,

Swamied Teacher (with many explorer qualities)
MBTI test ...ISFJ
Strongest scores....S with F and J very close

The definition of an ISFJ fits me pretty well and I noticed ISFJ fits Teacher.
I would say that is a definite "hit", Cajun.



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Quoted from san j


When we touched on this years ago, it didn't hold up.
And, of course: There are 6 genotypes; there are 16 MBTI types.

Also: Bear in mind that personality typing polls on this Forum have shown a heavy skew in favor of Introverts, which is the opposite of society at large.

I am not expecting all Explorers to be INFP's.  No one with any knowledge of MBTI would accuse me of being any kind of F.

The pupose of this is not to have a representative sample.  If the extroverts and only half of the introverts on the board fit my hypothesis then it might be reasonably possible to expect the majority of people off the board to fit the pattern.  Extoverts are a smaller sample that represent a larger segment of the population.



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Quoted from Amazone I.
remember the 80/20% rule

ca. 80% of humans are SF or SJ people, only 20% even less I guess, are so called NT's and NF's...and both match best together coz of their resemblences and I saw also...we need eachother to get completed... NF's need T'sides and NT's need to develop their F-side....
From what I remember S's outnumber N's and E' outnumber I's two to one.

Although there is almost no quantity of data to speak of I expect Hunters, Gatherers, and Teachers to be the globally dominant Genotypes.  Nomads, Explorers, and Warriors being decreasingly smaller global percentages.

My rather vague hypothesis is that people will test higher in a MB category that is in line with the prefered for their dominant Genotype.  This only means that extroverted Hunters will be weaker extroverts than extroverted Gatherers over a reasonably large sample.  For the effect to be ABO-non specific we would also need comparible data for Teachers being less extroverted than Warriors, Explorers less than Nomands, and so on.


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Quoted from gulfcoastguy
Nomad and INTJ. The ITJ are relatively strong but the N is low enough that I can go S when I need to.
If "relatively strong" is over 70% then my test completely fails to explain your data.



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Quoted from Johnny B.
If I remember correctly I'm INFJ.
Do you remember what your percentages are?



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Quoted from JillP
Well Paul, I am an A- Explorer....but I am an ESTJ...I has been YEARS ago when I took the test so I don't remember the scores  

So not sure about your theory of genotype and MBTI...but then again us Explorers are different to start with  
Would you be interested in taking a test that would give you scores?



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Quoted from Lin
Using Genotype book I was a teacher, but on swami I come out explorer depending on health issues I want to focus on. I am INFP.
My wife followed the same pattern.  Do you know your scores?



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Quoted from brinyskysail
I'm an INTJ.  The Introversion and iNtuition are strong.  I started doing personality tests in high school and have continued to do them every so often.  For me, Thinking used to be a very high score, but the older I get the closer and closer I keep scoring to Feeling rather than Thinking.  It's now practically borderline between the two.
That transition from thinking to feeling is the normal maturation of the tertiary function.

I would have to count your data as completely supportive of my contention.



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Quoted from Johnny B.
If I remember correctly I'm INFJ.
Do you know your scores?



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Quoted from Patty H
Interesting topic, Paul.  I am a Hunter who is beginning to think I might be better typed as an Explorer.   I typed ENFP.  I don't remember what was strongest, since I did it some time ago.

NFP are all associated with Explorer.  Only the N is associated with Hunter.
Knowing the scores would make the difference - but as far as my test is concerned.  MBTI should never be the feather that breaks camel's back of Swami Genotype determination.



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Quoted from Henriette Bsec
Swamied nomad ( I have been all 3 genotypes  )
I am ENFP
however my E and I are almost the same -I might seem both INFP and ENFP- depending on my overall situation.
What are the percentages for N,F, and P?



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I have different ideas on the topic. Instead of trying to find correlations between the whole type (eg, "ISTP), it might be useful to find correlations with one of the dimensions. A teacher might be mostly a thinker. Explorer might be an intuitor. A hunter might be a sensor and so on.
That is exactly what I intend, Kumar.  By my theory Explorers will be generally either strong intuitors or weak sensors, strong introverts or weak extroverts, strong feelers or weak thinkers, strong perceptors or weak judgers.



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What are the percentages for N,F, and P?



E 51 %
N 70 %
F 65 %
P 55 %
Most of the time


ENFP -naturalist, visual/spatial and musical/verbal/chatty Dane- Mother to DD Emma age 19,
0 rh- secr ( Hunter or Explorer )
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Paul,
Regarding MBTI and swami genotyping...
My swami report..The Teacher inventory that describes the calculator points and strength testing...the second pass was all MBI scores to determine my genotype.
This was the second time I ran swami because I needed to change my legs from gynic to andric....
When I ran swami the very first time I was an explorer(38%) and the second pass was ethnicity/fingerprint ridges/wrist circumference and MBI "I and F"


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Paul, not so bad ....

I think Peter used first the Keirsey's system- later WE made it with MBTI entr-autre and then I involved for proofs the enneagram....

viewed to Peters suggestions of explorers as being extraverts and the description of *thinking outside of the box* fits almost ENTP/J's and INTP/J's... but then we aren't only one form but BOTH.... remember all.... when scoring a suggestion we are also having a certain percentage of or introvert position of the same type or extraversion of the same type !!!!

I observed mostly O's can be found in ESFP/J's or ESTP/J's and sometimes ENFP/J's
a lot of A's can be confounded with ENTP/J's and ESTP/j's but why coz this might be the integrated ENTP with ESTP... and vice-versa the J'-forms ....
you see all is possible....

I asked myselve if that might be possible while interpretating the enneagram- that infp/j's might be also explorers but on the desintegrative way...sorry this isn't an insult but only a question of my high-speed working brain ... but then I compared and thought might be coz in the enneagram we also do have wings... and those wings fit with infj's and isfj's... rememebring the sentence: all introverts do the opposite of their endings!!!

wow... that's da fact and now this explains lots of I's equal of the sj or nj -side might be seen as explorers coz of their overlapping position of their genes!!!

What shows this up infj's are the wing to INTP's...and isfj's are the wing to ENTP's !!!

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and also perhaps does it all depend of the epigentical out/input of the moment and body-psyche-mental configuration as a response (stress-response )....


or does it mean we shall get all more balanced holistically ... so far I scored lately nearly 50:50% ENTP/INTP....and over the last years it was always introversion overlapping .... .....

all about the system-builders..... ...and there are sooo many...

p.s.

as usual the beautiful question: who was first ...hen or egg....

pp.ss.

and please take care: don't get fixed upon....
be sceptical but learn to listen........

meep-meep....


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btw explanations about our types and patterns are beautifully shown in the wisdom of the  enneagram
of Don Richard Riso, he's much clearer and more honest then all other descriptions always only describing vaguement our behaviouristic sides and psychological percentages of the used letters .....

better to get to know to the sources: what and how it makes us tick....

no more selfbetray possible then....


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Isa, 50/50 on testing indicates a perfect middle aged person!!!!
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Jean... as I'm a late bloomer...is that ok for somebody at my age of 54 ....


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