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INTP Snapshot


A quick PDF overview of the INTP personality type.

A quick PDF overview of the INTP personality type.

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  • 1. Introverted Energy Style ‣ independent, cool, thoughtful, self-reliant iNtuitive Cognitive Style ‣ innovative, offbeat, theoretical, complex Thinking Values Style ‣ analytical, objective, rational, unsentimental Perceiving Life Style ‣ tolerant, open, changeable, unstructured Albert Einstein Rene DescartesCharles Darwin Abraham Lincoln Thomas JeffersonMarie Curie famous INTPs include... In a Nutshell INTPs are philosophical innovators, fascinated by logical analysis, systems, and design. They are preoccupied with theory, and search for the universal law behind everything they see. They want to understand the unifying themes of life, in all their complexity. INTPs are detached, analytical observers who can seem oblivious to the world around them because they are so deeply absorbed in thought. They spend much of their time focused internally: exploring concepts, making connections, and seeking understanding. INTPs present a cool exterior but are privately passionate about reason, analysis, and innovation. Their minds are complicated and active, and they will go to great lengths trying to devise ingenious solutions to interesting problems. Key Motivators ‣ Understanding the world ‣ Questioning established ideas ‣ Developing creative solutions ‣ Analyzing complex problems Core Values ‣ Reason ‣ Autonomy ‣ Originality ‣ Skepticism ©2014 by Truity Psychometrics LLC. This document is offered as a free resource. Please DON'T cut, abridge, or edit it in any way, but DO feel free to use, share, and print it in its original, complete format. For more free resources please visit