But the scientists do have one (fairly hilarious) suggestion, based on the data.
"Nice guys looking to finish first may want to avoid paying for options that offer to bump their profile for premium viewing," the authors write.
Rather, this is the story of how I met the man who introduced me to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).
While my N and F were as strong as ever, my weak E became an I, and my P slipped into a slight J.
Yep, according to this self-reporting quiz, I was now an INFJ. While a quarter-life crisis didn’t exactly ensue, I realized something for the first time: It’s just a test.
It’s a map to a world where all of life’s little puzzle pieces come together. And as you read your personality, you’re introduced to an entire community that feels and thinks like you.
For us enthusiastic and sensitive ENFPs, this can feel like coming home. The economic crash of the “great recession” hadn’t yet dampened our post-collegiate ambitions; we were old enough to take this relationship seriously yet young enough not to be bothered with real responsibilities.