INTJ personality type infographic ( for my antagonist or my male scientist character)

INTJ Personality Traits: The Mastermind Explained

INTJ personality type infographic ( for my antagonist or my male scientist character) << that's the intj stereotype in a nutshell

INTJ fictional characters:   Snape of Harry Potter, Batman, Palpatine of Star Wars, Katniss of Hunger Games, Moiraine of Wheel of Time, Ripley of Aliens, Gandalf of Hobbit and Lord of the Rings, Loki, Hannibal Lecter of Silence of the Lambs  (I know some will debate some of these but there is sufficient evidence to support that they all embody INTJ.)

I already knew about Gandalf, Katniss, and Palpatine, but the others were new to me. Also Moriarty from Sherlock is INTJ. INTJ is most often the evil mastermind.

So I'm an INTJ. That's pretty rare for a woman - apparently only 0.8% of women are INTJ. I rock it like Sherlock lol.

A silently screaming INTJ Mastermind

First, let’s start with a good blue print of what makes up my personality. I am an INJT. This is a personality type from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. INTJs apply (often ruthlessly) the cr…

Being the villain isn't bad really, it's just that most of the INTJ characters are basically robots and talk monotoned. No one talks about the ones like Bruce Wayne from Batman, or Matt Murdock from Daredevil. Both are INTJs with personality.

Being the villain isn't bad really, it's just that most of the INTJ characters are basically robots and talk monotoned. No one talks about the ones like Bruce Wayne from Batman, or Matt Murdock from Daredevil.

Profiles of the Cognitive functions.

Characters: MBTI continued

My friend will read and know

I am both (INFJ&INTJ) This elephant might shoot cannon balls, this tank may sprout bouquets. --wow, another INTJ/INFJ :).

Know your Myers-Briggs Personality Type? Find Out What Literary Heroine Matches You - Verily

Know your Myers-Briggs Personality Type? Find Out What Literary Heroine Matches You

INFP Anne Shirley We have 16 literary heroines for every MBTI. - I'm INFJ - A Tree Grows in Brooklyn is a 1943 novel written by Betty Smith.

How the ENFP and INFJ attract to each other, having a lasting connection, are an explosion of insanity, Myers Briggs.

Why the ENFP and INFJ are Perfect for Each Other

How the ENFP and INFJ attract to each other, having a lasting connection, are an explosion of insanity, Myers Briggs. Haha my sister is an infj. This explains our relationship a lot.

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