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    Is there any dichotomy that tends to have a larger tendency toward blankness and lack of ability for response, or perhaps of any information element, or type?

    I was basically thinking that introverts and thinkers (specifically ITs) tend to be the most this. It's often been said about INTps in general, slow future thinking/pondering, Fe PoLR is due to lack of expression of thought/emotion. Socializing in its whole is generally seen as a waste of time that could be spent on deep thought, so one tends to never chose to practice it to its more skilled extents. Ni looks at a murky sea of objectivism, and rash expression seems to be distracting.

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    I saw in some article by Gulenko that he linked excessive emphasis on Ni to "autistic behavior".

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    Quote Originally Posted by polikujm View Post
    Is there any dichotomy that tends to have a larger tendency toward blankness and lack of ability for response, or perhaps of any information element, or type?

    I was basically thinking that introverts and thinkers (specifically ITs) tend to be the most this. It's often been said about INTps in general, slow future thinking/pondering, Fe PoLR is due to lack of expression of thought/emotion. Socializing in its whole is generally seen as a waste of time that could be spent on deep thought, so one tends to never chose to practice it to its more skilled extents. Ni looks at a murky sea of objectivism, and rash expression seems to be distracting.

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    I'm not like this...at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by polikujm View Post
    Is there any dichotomy that tends to have a larger tendency toward blankness and lack of ability for response, or perhaps of any information element, or type?

    I was basically thinking that introverts and thinkers (specifically ITs) tend to be the most this. It's often been said about INTps in general, slow future thinking/pondering, Fe PoLR is due to lack of expression of thought/emotion. Socializing in its whole is generally seen as a waste of time that could be spent on deep thought, so one tends to never chose to practice it to its more skilled extents. Ni looks at a murky sea of objectivism, and rash expression seems to be distracting.

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    leading Ni IMO.

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    I think all types have moments of blankness. i think it may depend on the introverted function in the ego. for instance, an Ni type like IEI would have moments of blankness where things go blank(Ni is hard to describe as it is a irrational function), or an LII considering objects with Ti and their inherit logical relations to other objects might produce an introverted, unresponsive moment. Blankness of character though, is individual.
    asd

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