Do different types have different reactions when someone makes an honest mistake?
Like, if someone is in a china shop and is handling a fine piece of dinnerware and, in returning it to its stand, accidentally drops it and it shatters all over the place, would different types react in different ways to that? And how would that reaction change if that person were honestly contrite about breaking it and made an attempt to pay for it?
One response I see to mistakes is to immediately assume the transgressor to be a moron. That the proper amount of care was not taken or the job was not given the proper amount of attention and, because of that, the person in question is somehow deficient. The sort of people that take this view tend to be rather self-appalled when they themselves make an error, tending to curse and beat themselves up and to say things like, "I don't do this. This never happens to me!"
The other response I see to mistakes is to just sort of brush it under the rug, so to speak. To say, "Don't worry about it, accidents happen." If this person makes a mistake, they tend to take a kind of, "Aw shucks" attitude to it, giving a heavy sigh before cleaning up and fixing things in silence.
My question, is thus: do either of these approaches sound like they match up to an existing socionics dichotomy? Or is this NTR?