Introverted Judging Types
These types tend to prefer to interact with the world first (P type) and use their understanding, to make decisions based on how it fits into their subjective mental model of the world, whether it be internal values, or their own internal logical principles. Due to being introverts, they may spend longer making the decisions and internalizing the information.
Introverted Perceiving Types
These types tend to prefer to understand things by how it fits into their subjective mental model of the world, whether it be internal values, or their own internal logical principles and use their understanding to make decisions (J type). They may prefer the understanding part more than making decisions.
Extraverted Judging Types
Extraverted [sic] Judging types tend to prefer making decisions based on objective information (such as facts, rules, efficiency), but use inward reflection to broaden their understanding and application of their objective decisions. For example, to ensure efficiency, they may reflect upon, whether or not, their decisions will result in negative outcomes.
Extraverted Perceiving Types
Extraverted Perceiving types tend to prefer interact with the world to gain understanding, stimulation or fulfillment, but use inward reflection to provide reflection to broaden the meaningfulness or to make sense of experiences.