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    Default Sensing/Intuition dichotomy and Imagination

    Does the following question decisively determine whether a person is S or N:

    Do you have a strong imagination?

    If this question is inadequate, please suggest a better question.

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    Well I like to day dream and use imagination alot I guess. I don't know how strong it is, I guess it ok .
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    How about this:

    Are you a theoretical thinker or are you a practical thinker?

    or may be:

    Do you have a practical approach or a theoretical approach to problem solving?

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    Ah...the second set of questions is much better. When asking about imagination, it's kind of hard because I have no idea what's "normal" so I have nothing to compare myself to.

    I think (Do you have a practical approach or a theoretical approach to problem solving?) sounds best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth
    I think

    Do you have a practical approach or a theoretical approach to problem solving?

    sounds best.
    Is there anyone that disagrees with this, or do you agree.

    If you agree or disagree please say so.

    Thanks.

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    I have a more theoretical approach, so I guess this works for me.

    The problem is that there's many people that have both... NT's especially I'd think, because practical can go along with T as well as S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarryBottom
    I have a more theoretical approach, so I guess this works for me.

    The problem is that there's many people that have both... NT's especially I'd think, because practical can go along with T as well as S.
    I second that.
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    I'm INTj and not practical.

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    I can interpret your work as trying to take a practical approach in problem solving. "the model-A is too complicated" i'm sure you can argue this, but to me its all how you look at it.

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