Ips are the most reactive types with very defensive natures so there's a greater probability that those without self-control may often act before they think; many Ejs can be quick to anger but they tend to be slightly more controlled. However, every type is capable of immediate anger, and some of them very capable of violence given the right upbringing and circumstances. More than the temperamental, I tend to be be concerned with that subset of every type who are unforgiving and vindictive, which are traits that seem to be more prevalent with Ijs and Eps.......
You fuckers don't know shit.
If temper is a bad general trait that anyone could have, then presumably it is correlated with the trait of Neuroticism. INTPs are supposedly the most neurotic personality in terms of I/E, N/S, T/F, P/J correlations to the trait of Neuroticism. So that may be one answer. However, if you associate "temper" with for example impulsivity and/or emotionality and/or extraversion "action" or "frequency of interaction", you could just as easily make a case for EXFP.
Well it’s not just about Se. It’s about being Te leading and rational and aristocratic, tending to be in positions of authority, not caring about Fe and their emotional impact as much, and all of that too.
Nobody needs to argue about functions. Just experience life. If you’ve never met or gotten yelled at by at least one crazy anal LSE at some point then you’ve been living in a hole. Luckily you can go read Strat’s LSE-EII duality description if you’ve missed out on such lovely experiences.
How is temper type-related? I have a very bad temper that comes and goes depending on my state of depression. I think it's just a mental health issue.
SLE's more often than not