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Diana Prince "Wonder Woman" MBTI type

 2



E

87%

N

80%

F

91%

J

87%

Temperaments

SJ [7%]
SP [13%]
NT [7%]
NF [74%]
 

Breakdown of 46 votes


ENFJ   (33)

 
The Teacher

ESFP   (4)

 
The Performer

ENTJ   (3)

 
The Field Marshal

ISFJ   (2)

 
The Protector

ISFP   (2)

 
The Composer

INFJ   (1)

 
The Counselor

ISTJ   (1)

 
The Inspector



10 Comments



ESFP

December 11, 2017

Seems very ESFP. Leads with Se in how she reacts so quickly to her environment, impulsiveness, adventurous nature, tends to leap before she looks (also literally, when she was a child and she jumped off that balcony impulsively without thinking of consequences lol). Also, clear Fi, deeply held values, very warm and emotional (so definitely a feeler), too confrontational to be a Fe dom or auxiliary. I think this is her tertiary Te manifesting to support her Fi. (When she was being hit on by that one dude in the bar, and she saw his approach as disrespectful so she insulted him). And maybe another example of her dominant Se/inferior Ni relationship is on the battlefield when they wanted to gain ground slowly and she just jumped right into the action. (This one might be a stretch, but worth mentioning)


Khendrin

INTP

ENFJ

July 13, 2017

At first, I voted how the historical character is usually typed.
Then I saw the movie. And she seems more of the "Idealist" than the "conservative/guardian" type. Contrary to Captain America who is an ISFJ, she's more acting and making leadership by principles more than a just order from hierarchy.
So yes, more an NF and thus ENFJ seems the most logical.


ENFJ

June 19, 2017

I would have thought she's definitely an "N" and a "J" but between the E and F im not quite sure


ISFJ

June 7, 2017

I took the 16personalities test imagining myself in her place, I got ISFJ I read the description and it seemed quite accurate.


Luminis

INTJ

ENFJ

June 8, 2017

@sams.silly.stuff

Interesting approach but that's not really how it's done


ISFJ

June 9, 2017

@Luminis

How do you approach it?


Luminis

INTJ

ENFJ

June 9, 2017

@sams.silly.stuff

I look at the movie and as objectively as possible try to mold shown thoughts, motivations and sometimes actions into cognitive functions that fit the best and then try to order the functions based on which are probably most comfortable to the user/which are more immature and less used


dittles

ENTP

ENFJ

June 9, 2017

@sams.silly.stuff

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ISFJ

June 9, 2017

@dittles

I don't see how she's extroverted though. She's often seen seeking to be alone the few times we see her without a mission or a battle to fight. My interpretation of this is that she recharges alone which is pretty standard introvert behavior. Even when she is with others she is quietly observing until something calls her to interact with others, she doesn't merely interact with others to gain energy.

I guess I also see her sensing things rather than intuitively knowing what to do, if she had been intuitive she might have been able to correctly identify Eres more quickly and not judge the general based on his outward appearance.


dittles

ENTP

ENFJ

June 9, 2017

@sams.silly.stuff

Well, she doesn't lead with any introverted functions. It's a myth that extroverts don't need alone time. How else do you think? The moments you describe are when she uses her Ni to plan her next move and deduce what happens next. The part where she figures out the village is going to be attacked is a great example.

Second, her sensing isn't apparent at all. You mention her not being able to deduce the identity of Ares and taking the general for face value. She doesn't because she leads with extroverted feeling (Fe) meaning her emotions get the best of her. Also there's nothing in the movie that would suggest she can magically intuit that the general is not Ares. It's not like she's a psychic.

How can someone so free-willed and adventurous in their adolescence and so confident to take on the world with such conviction possibly be an ISFJ? It doesn't make any sense.


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