Originally Posted by ApeTheDog
This explains, to me, why INTP's act as SJ's under stress. It shrinks down our abilities to think intuitively because our conscious mind is too busy panicking and trying to force solutions to pressing matters.
My explanation probably makes no sense, but if you want to hear more about this, here's a link to the video (it is an hour long): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeJSXfXep4M
Except, I do not think it is true.
e.g. If a SJ and NP are both subjected to identical stress they behave differently. They actually see things differently. e.g. ESFJ v INTP.
However, this is more pronounced opposite with the INTP and ISFP. The see the same things and react differently, usually the opposite ways.