What I'm wondering is how subtypes are reflected in the id functions.
Having read some of the old subtype threads, I gather this:
Reflection in super ego:
- creative subtypes have a weaker ("less resistant") PoLR but can better use their role functions
- vice versa for accepting subtypes
Reflection in super id:
- accepting subtypes have a weaker suggestive function, hence they are more appreciative of input from someone strong in this function
- creative subtypes have a stronger suggestive function hence do not need it as much from others
What about in the id?
To simplify things, consider an INTj. Is the Ne subtype more likely to display use of Ni, while the Ti subtype is more likely to display use of Te? Or is it the opposite, or something more complicated?