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GhostWolf's Keirsey Profile Results

                              Type: INFP

Extrovert +----+----+----+----+----|----+----+----+----+----+ Introvert
Sensing   +----+----+----+----+----|----+----+----+----+----+ iNtuition 
Thinking  +----+----+----+----+----|----+----+----+----+----+ Feeling
Judging   +----+----+----+----+----|----+----+----+----+----+ Perceiving

INFP: Questor, thoughtful innovator. Introverted feeling with intuition. High capacity for caring, empathetic. Calm and pleasant face to the world. High sense of honor derived from internal values. Open-minded, idealistic, insightful, and flexible. Under stress, withdrawal and avoidance, reduction of all external stimulation, reticence. 1% of the total population.

In each of the four scales, every person usually has a preference for one of the two opposite choices (designated by a letter). This does not mean that they do one at the exclusion for the other - most people go both ways depending on the circumstances.

Most people usually do have an overall preference. Where a person does not perceive of a clear and resounding preference, the letter 'X' is used to designate this "I don't know" condition.

Important note:
The following scale descriptions are major simplifications of complex descriptions presented by Jung.

  1. Energizing - How a person is energized:

    Extroversion (E)
    - Preference for drawing energy from the outside world of people, activities or things.

    Introversion (I)
    - Preference for drawing energy from one's internal world of ideas, emotions, or impressions.

    In a deeper sense, energizing is only one facet of this scale -- it is really a measure of a person's whole orientation towards either the inner world (I) or the outer world (E).

  2. Attending - What a person pays attention to:

    Sensing (S)
    - Preference for taking in information through the five senses and noticing what is actual.

    Intuition (N)
    - Preference for taking in information through a "sixth sense" and noticing what might be. Jung calls this "unconscious perceiving".

  3. Deciding - How a person decides:

    Thinking (T)
    - Preference for organizing and structuring information to decide in a logical, objective way.

    Feeling (F)
    - Preference for organizing and structuring information to decide in a personal, value-oriented way.

  4. Living - Life style a person adopts:

    Judgement (J)
    - Preference for living a planned and organized life.

    Perception (P)
    - Preference for living a spontaneous and flexible life. An alternative definition of this scale is Closure - whether or not a person likes an open-ended lifestyle.

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