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    Do you think people who overreact to bad sensory experiences (to the point of neuroticism) would be strong in Si, or not necessarily?
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    Not necessarily, especially if it's to the point of neuroticism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jem View Post
    Do you think people who overreact to bad sensory experiences (to the point of neuroticism) would be strong in Si, or not necessarily?
    It depends, I think for me I don't tend to overreact to sensory experiences, but I definitely remember sensory experiences for a long long time.

    I even have a hierarchy.

    (in order of what stays in my memory longer)

    Touch
    Smell
    See
    Taste
    Hear
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    Not necessarily, some EIEs can complain about the most insignificant things.

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