I think she's clearly PeFi, but I want to see if I'm understanding correctly how the sharp vs soft distinction works. In this case it's probably more obvious (and I've found it's helpful if I look for pictures even if they are static and a lot of them probably staged). My visual reading is SeFi or this is how sharp and piercing eyes look to me.
I like her music and her idiosyncratic visual style and imagery. I also relate to her vibrant energy to some extent (anxiety, high-strung, jittery, excitable) but I'm more turned off.
Yeah, I'm leaning more towards Fe/Ti. Her smile looks a little more like an Fe wide smile than an Fi snarl (although, I may be wrong, because I'm not sure if I'm seeing tension in her cheeks or not). Also I don't really get that dismissive Te feel from her. It's hard to see her hands, but you kind of get a look at (what I think is) Ti soft wrist/tense fingers in the first video at 1:58.
Perception functions I'm (even) less sure of. I could honestly go either way for them. Definitely looks like a PeJi, though. She's (apparently) described her music as "ADD music" and goes through different periods of interest and whatnot, which is (to an extent) generally associated with Ne, but that may just be an element of being Pe-dominant.
From her wikipedia page: "At age 18, she moved to Montréal, Québec to attend Montréal's McGill University, studying Russian literature and later, neuroscience." My god, I think I'm in love. Also I gave her music a listen and overall I like it.
I think she's a PeJi because she has a lot of momentum. She cannot stay still. I'm seeing Fe/Ti now too. I also thought Ne for a moment because she seems to be hyperactive (cannot stay focused in one place, ADD), but even so, her eyes have a penetrating momentary lock-on quality.
Fi/Te because there's tension in her cheeks and her Je movements/gestures are quick and blunt. A wide smile doesn't necessarily indicate "Fi". Look at this thread: cognitivetype.boards.net/thread/71/fi-fe-subtle-differences Having a lot of energy/being "hyperactive" isn't exclusive for Ne, but Pe in general. This doesn't mean that all Pe-leads have that quality to them (all the time).
This is interesting. I've seen more than one person who have some Fe-like features but otherwise seem Fi. The lines from the mouth to the nose looks Fi-ish but if you look at the third clip in the original post for instance, she kind of partly has a tension in the smile that looks Fe. I wonder what that means. That tension reminds a little bit of Rupert Grint by the way, who have been typed as a PeFi (NeFi to be specific) - and he looks even more Fe-ish in his smile peculiarly enough.
Just saw that DJArendee does something similar:
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Weird, I was thinking about her typing the other day. I saw her typed by someone as SeFi somewhere on this forum years ago (I don't think it was this thread, but maybe) and thought that was accurate, but the signals explicitly defined by CT have shifted a lot since then.
I guess there's no debate that she leads withPe. Her eyes are alert and responsive to the environment, with substantial toggling. She holds herself loosely with lots of momentum and self-acceleration when exploring lines of thought. Her posture is receptive, easily affected and given to sway. She scowls pretty infrequently, which seems common for strong Pe-leads. Her psychology reflects her Pe-lead vultology in ways I'm too lazy to explain which are probably evident anyway.
I feel like her judgment oscillation is Fi-Te, at least right now . That may change in a few hours. I think she shows pretty clear static upward tension on her upper lip, in addition to asymmetrical pulls which seem cognitively relevant in their timing. I also think I see some Fi giddiness that goes beyond her heavy Pe. I do think she is heavy on her perception functions, which may give her judgment functions less opportunity to show clearly. I think her articulation seems typical for a generally seelie PeFi type. It's quick (sort of rushed) and her tone is mostly uniform, but not quite nasally, as her Fi seems mostly seelie. Her gesticulations seem similarly flippant and jittery, which may be Te or just heavy Pe. Her psychology seems Fi-Te to me too, but I always find this side of reading more painful to articulate.
I also still feel like she uses Se-Ni. Vultologically (new word on the new word ), Her eyes appear sharp to me. Her eyelids look peeled, with the muscles around her eyes generally staying pulled taut with her eyebrows sort of static and elevated. Her toggling also looks more Se, with sharp darting and lock ons, not much of that soft fluttery action. She doesn't scowl much, and the one's I've noticed are ambiguous (at least to me). Her sparse zone-outs look more Ni than Si. I don't know...anything But my impression is that she's a mostly seelie perception-heavy SeFi. NeFi would be my alternate.
I'm too lazy to annotate them, but here's a few additional vids I referenced:
EDIT: I realize this kind of vague explanation of my impressions isn't really useful, so maybe I will try to post a more thorough breakdown of what I see in one of these videos later on if I can work myself up to it/ have the time. For now here's one more example, which I think shows a pretty clear Ni zone-out at 4:15 when she is asked to think of a book or movie which she has felt profoundly impacted by (paraphrasing), but then a few seconds later she does something with her eyebrows that looks like it could be an Si-scowl...hmmmm
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