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    Based on mbti, but interesting. Promising stuff
    "The final delusion is the belief that one has lost all delusion."

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    I saw this yesterday but forgot to reply. There is a couple of nice observations that are pretty much known, like 1. ENxjs having trouble with details. 2. And then a few ones that are not so readily explained - of all the types ENFjs get embarrassed and teased easily while INTps almost never notice the social cues and thus wouldn't be but once they do they are all over the place (like it hit them harder). 3. IxFps are good listeners, especially INFps.

    Pretty informative overall but could use some variety in his presentation. Almost every experiment had to do with intuition and especially Ni, so you can guess who the top contenders of each one are. Though they did have an extensive research so maybe he is just being concise since this seems like an introductory lecture.

    The presenter types himself INTJ. It seems like he authorised many books on the subject and even has an iPhone App. Interesting.

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    These observations about personnality arent the interesting point imo, thats more the brain map itself, relation to task , individual variance,ect... Ive not understand all for this moment, 1 hours of video and I suck a bit in english....
    This kind of stuff, psychology, psychiatry, typology like "DSM X" or "ICD-X", defining what is a "normal brain" (a current neuroscientific issue ive read about),neuroscience, are perhaps the most promising application about these personnality theory... Many of other possible application, like in management, sociology and why not political, so all stuff with an utilitarian approach can quickly suck big time imo.

    edit : when you see that shit you have not hard time to determine where are located function and/or interaction of function in different individuals :


    Thats simple and funny, perhaps too for being the truth
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