(I asked my INTJ sister if she could think of any female characters who she identifies with as a similar personality and the only one she could come up with was Dr.Temperance Brennan from .) Looking back at the chart of just the 13 official princesses, most of the missing personality types are thinkers: ESTJ, ENTJ, INTJ, and INTP.The only official Disney princesses who are thinking types right now are Jasmine, Mulan, Merida, and Tiana.The next Disney movie will feature their first Polynesian princess, Moana, and I think I would be awesome if she was also their first “official” princess who was an ESTJ, ENTJ, INTJ, or INTP. Disclaimer: typing fictional characters is a great way to stir-up disagreements, and it’s very rare that people agree on a typing.You may have seen those images with a Myers-Briggs chart that matches up an MBTI type for each character in a series or film.I did one for Lord of the Rings, the Star Wars one was quite popular for a while, and I’ve seen others for Hunger Games and Downton Abbey, to name just a few.
So let’s add a few of the “unofficial” princesses: Jane, Kida, Giselle, Megara, Nala, and Esmerelda.
They are realistic, adaptable, and enjoy physical activities.
In the case of Merida from this includes horseback riding and archery.
30 to 35 percent of the population fits in this group.
ESTPs like to take action — they don’t enjoy sitting around and waiting for something to happen.
Another you might have seen features Disney princesses.