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    I cant figure out his type. It seems like an enigma to me.

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    He's likeable. Seems very friendly and unassuming...

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    INFP
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    Luckily Ashton already figured it out for you: ENTp
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    Does anyone know the type of his wife?

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    Ashton thought SEI, I used to think SEE, but watching America's Got Talent, i do think she's more Fe-valuing than Fi-valuing maybe, but not sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WorkaholicsAnon View Post
    Ashton thought SEI, I used to think SEE, but watching America's Got Talent, i do think she's more Fe-valuing than Fi-valuing maybe, but not sure.
    Thanks.

    My thoughts were SEE too. She's way to expressive to be an introvert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aixelsyd View Post
    I've always thought Beta NF. I lean on IEI-Fe.
    for which one? Ozzy or Sharon?
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    Sharon is LSE. Thats an easy one for me.:-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashton View Post
    More like too expressive to be ESFp. Like any PoLR would put up with her, yeah okay She's .

    Ozzy makes more sense as an extrovert, especially in more sober moments. Take into account he's drugged a lot, so its probably not obvious at times. Though EPs aren't exactly balls-to-the-wall extroverted 24/7 anyway. Its not like EJs who are usually more constant about it.

    Lol, typical α behavior:

    ew GROSS ashton! MY EYES!!!!! True if a guy did that to me in public like that, i would punch him in the solar plexus and break up with him or divorce him.

    I was also thinking that it might be difficult to type Ozzy just cause he's high all the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashton View Post
    More like too expressive to be ESFp.
    'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB1MJSFenx0&feature=fvst' at 1.25

    The first video I look of her, and she talks about her best quality is "that she can do many tasks at one time, not like other people one before the other".

    This is litteraly EP behaviour...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarno View Post
    'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB1MJSFenx0&feature=fvst' at 1.25

    The first video I look of her, and she talks about her best quality is "that she can do many tasks at one time, not like other people one before the other".

    This is litteraly EP behaviour...
    Research suggests that women are superior multi-taskers than men.

    Human multitasking - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The idea that women are better multitaskers than men has been popular in the media. Recently, a study by British psychologist Professor Keith Laws at the University of Hertfordshire was widely reported in the press to have provided the first evidence of female multitasking superiority
    Possible conclusions:

    1) EP is predominantly a female temperament
    2) Simply a gender thing than a type thing

    OR...meh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarno View Post
    Does anyone know the type of his wife?
    extravert, 2-3 quadra. Maybe ESTP, ENFJ, ESFP, ...
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pied Piper View Post
    But the idea is that in this case it's not about multitasking. Besides, it is rather popular than scientific, I don't take it for granted, although that would make sense considering that women are more adaptable.

    At least there are two interpretations of the notion: working on multiple jobs at the same time, and working on multiple tasks in parallel. To easier make the difference, check two types of attention:
    1 - Alternating attention
    2 - Divided attention

    The former - what can be concluded from the interview is a basis for typing Irrationals, especially Ep, while the latter is rather typical for Te/Fi Rational types. In the interview, Sharon clearly stated that she enters a job without knowing exactly what's "to be done" but adapting on-the-fly - typical Ep behavior - what Jarno suggested, in the end.
    She also says it comes with being a woman.

    Some points:

    1. Jung said that Fe leading is quite exclusive to females. He also said that Ne leading is much more common in women.

    2. He also said the Te leading is primarily male, however when Te leading manifests in women, it is predominantly the thinking associated with an intuitive mind. Do you think that ESTj or ENTj is better at multi-tasking?

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/s...-than-men.html

    I think Sharon Osborne might be ENFj or ENFp or ESFp. I'm moved towards ESFp however due to her demonstrating P traits in her approach and appearance being less Ne. Se leading is afaik more of a male trait. She seems sort of 'guy-ish', like a ladette, so Se leading is possible. Also a bit too communicative to be ESTp who at least in females try to live some more in the shadows (see Jessica Alba, I suppose, although that's a weak point). However, she does look like ENFj, and some EJ-Ni types don't look all that 'feminine', nor act it. Incidentally I think I read somewhere that ENFjs can seem the most 'P' like. Also could tie in with the multitasking.

    Thank you for your input, I found what you wrote to be interesting.
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