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    Default Possible interpretation of Myersian Types

    CAUTION: that doesn't apply for socionic types.

    E / I = strength of Input : low / high (Introverts are better inputters, they are "attentive")
    S / N = velocity of Input : low / high (Precise versus Approximate data acquisition)
    T / F = velocity of Output : low / high (Precise versus Approximate data output)
    P / J = strength of Output : low / high (Judgers are better outputters, they are "decisive")

    Input groups

    ES : weak and slow
    EN : weak and fast
    IS : strong and slow
    IN : strong and fast

    Output groups

    TP : weak and slow
    FP : weak and fast
    TJ : strong and slow
    FJ : strong and fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by machintruc View Post
    CAUTION: that doesn't apply for socionic types.

    E / I = strength of Input : low / high (Introverts are better inputters, they are "attentive")
    S / N = velocity of Input : low / high (Precise versus Approximate data acquisition)
    T / F = velocity of Output : low / high (Precise versus Approximate data output)
    P / J = strength of Output : low / high (Judgers are better outputters, they are "decisive")

    Input groups

    ES : weak and slow
    EN : weak and fast
    IS : strong and slow
    IN : strong and fast

    Output groups

    TP : weak and slow
    FP : weak and fast
    TJ : strong and slow
    FJ : strong and fast
    So an ESTP, a lively individual, is weak and slow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra View Post
    So an ESTP, a lively individual, is weak and slow?
    He's not weak and slow, just the cognitive Inputting and Outputting cognitive processes. This is normal, because ESTP is a "instinctive, physical" type more than "mental, cognitive".

    Besides, ESTP is not necessarily SLE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by machintruc View Post
    He's not weak and slow, just the cognitive Inputting and Outputting cognitive processes. This is normal, because ESTP is a "instinctive, physical" type more than "mental, cognitive".
    So are you sure 'weak' and 'slow' are the best words to use in this context? I'm not sure they accurately portray what you want them to portray.

    Besides, ESTP is not necessarily SLE.
    ... And?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra View Post
    So are you sure 'weak' and 'slow' are the best words to use in this context? I'm not sure they accurately portray what you want them to portray.
    Again - I mean Information Processing strength/velocity, not Physical strength/velocity.

    ES : inputs a low amount of data slowly
    TP : outputs a low amount of data slowly

    Myersian ESTP's aren't likely to be SLE's. Most SLE's are ESTJ's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by machintruc View Post
    Again - I mean Information Processing strength/velocity, not Physical strength/velocity.

    ES : inputs a low amount of data slowly
    TP : outputs a low amount of data slowly
    Okay. Interesting perspective. I'll look at it in more depth when I can be bothered.

    Myersian ESTP's aren't likely to be SLE's. Most SLE's are ESTJ's.
    I can roll with that.

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