People can develop different aspects of themselves, but those aspects are still within their type.
For instance, an INTJ may have always had a strongly developed Introverted Intuition, as it is her dominant function.
The Intuitive preference sees an object or event as a continuation of change.Intuition sees the patterns and trends in a situation and is concerned with theories and possibilities.They usually appear more spontaneous, easy-going, paying attention to what interests them rather than to any specific goals.They make conclusions just as well as Judgers, but their opinions are directed inwards and may not be as expressed.The colloquial meanings of these terms differ somewhat from the technical Myers-Briggs definitions, as most people mistakenly equate Extraversion to popularity or likeability. An Intuitive would see the abstract meanings, the movement, and the trends behind objects and events. A Feeler would form conclusions based on their values, taking into account other people's feelings and subjectivity.
Surgeons and accountants are likely Sensors, while philosophers and research scientists are likely Intuitives. A Thinker would form conclusions based on their objective logic, focusing on the task rather than people.Decision-making The Feeling preference makes a decision based on ethics, taking into account how it affects other people.The Thinking preference makes decisions based on how it solves a problem or performs a function.Project Evolove hopes that one day, Myers-Briggs will come so naturally to people that it will be as easy as naming a color.The 4 dichotomies mentioned in the "Summary" section only describe how the Types are LABELED.For instance, an INTJ has the following functions in order of dominance: 1. Extraverted (T)hinking (logical decision making) 3. Introverted Feeling (ethics as motivating factor) 4.