Behaviors

The types

I S F

Introversion—Sensing—Feeling

ISFs are introverted types who get information based on concrete data and make decisions based on values like harmony, consideration, and compassion for themselves and others.

I S T

Introversion—Sensing—Thinking

ISTs are introverted types who get information based on concrete data and make decisions based on values like logical analysis of outcomes.

I I F

Introversion—Intuition—Feeling

IIFs are introverted, intuitive types who make decisions based more on their feelings for themselves and others around them other than on strict logical analysis of outcomes.

I I T

Introversion—Intuition—Thinking

IITs are introverted types who prefer to view the world through abstract concepts and patterns but who ultimately make decisions based on logic and reason.

E S F

Extroversion—Sensing—Feeling

ESFs are extroverted, pragmatic people who base their decisions on group values like harmony, compassion, and cooperation more so than strict analysis of facts and outcomes.

E S T

Extroversion—Sensing—Thinking

ESTs are extroverted, pragmatic people who base their decisions on logic and reason.

E I F

Extroversion—Intuition—Feeling

EIFs are extroverted, imaginative types who make decisions that favor people over outcomes.

E I T

Extroversion—Intuition—Thinking

EITs are extroverted types who see the world through patterns and abstract concepts and make decisions based on logic and reason.
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