November 21st, 2008
|01:03 pm - Typealyzer|
Have you seen the typealyzer which tells you which MBTI type is exemplified by your blog. Friday meme fun!
I didn't get ENTP/ ENFP this time.
INFP - The Idealists
The meaning-seeking and unconventional type. They are especially attuned to making sure their beliefs and actions are congruent. They often develop a passion for the arts or unusual forms of self-expression.
They enjoy work that are aligned to their deeply felt values and tend to strongly dislike the more practical and mundane forms of tasks. They can enjoy working alone for long periods of time and are happiest when they can immerse themselves in personally meaningful projects.
And there's a nice map showing the right brain etc.
(very rushed at work at the moment - will try to come back to this).
(have moved the reply to your edited comment). I don't think I've seen a single one of these typeanalyzers that came out 'right' yet, but the results are interesting. I think there might be a difference between how we are, and how we use our blogs to express ourselves. I'm probably more careful and reflective nowadays on my blog than in 'real life' (so more introvert)? Not sure.
I was wondering about criteria too. I think I might have got INFP because I use the word 'poetry' so much. Or is that too silly a reason?
That is fascinating. The journal came out ESFP - The Performers - which is almost exactly the opposite to the way I test.
I've seen several people say it came out precisely wrong in every letter
though you do blog about performance - hmmm - not sure if that might have affected the result
Yes, just had it do that to me. Apparently my blog is "ESFP - The Performers". Long time Lystians might recall exactly how accurate a description this is of my uncensored personality.
Obviously my cunning plan to look like a nice person in order not to scare my profic readers is having some sort of effect.
My blog came out ESFP - so different on the S and P. I wonder whether they analyse flocked or private posts? That would certainly skew mine!
I suspect not; they shouldn't be able to access locked posts.
Ha! I got ESFP, which is exactly opposite in every letter to what I actually am.
|Date:||November 21st, 2008 09:38 pm (UTC)|| |
I got that too, though the P is right in my case. [checks] So did Vila; it must be something in my writing style.
Ditto (with the exception that I can score either J or P depending on my mood on the day).
Proof that we can be totally not ourselves in print! I came out ESFP--so, they got the P right. Your journal go INFP, which is how I've always tested.
Very interesting. I'd love to know their criteria.
I'm a hardcore ISTJ so was very intrigued by my results.
Based on my LJ (only the public posts, I'm assuming), apparently I'm an ISFP, which is quite some miles off. However, when I plugged in my RL, private but unlocked journal, I ended up getting an ISTJ. Wonder if it's because I expect to keep up a certain appearance when it comes to LJ public posts.
Hahahahahahaha. Apparently lamentables is ISTP. I, on the other hand am so INFP it isn't funny.
On reflection, it would be true to say that I desire to appear competent and adventurous. I wonder how they are doing the analysis.
Edited at 2008-11-22 01:29 pm (UTC)