There is an argument to be made that both groups start to adopt the ability to utilize each others cognitive functions as they mature, though they will never reach the same level of competency without excessive brain hacking.
xNTJ (relevant cognitive functions):
Ni - Introverted iNtuition - A perceiving function that takes data and unconsciously produces insight (convergent thinking).
Te - Extroverted Thinking - A judging function that measures the validity of an idea based on external data.
xNTP (relevant cognitive functions):
Ti - Introverted Thinking - A judging function that measures the validity of an idea based on internal consistency.
Ne - Extroverted iNtuition - A perceiving function that takes data and makes connections (divergent thinking).
xNTJ (relative strengths):
- Strategic thinking
- Discovering strategies
- Quickly accessing the efficiency of a plan based on goals
- Quickly examining the utility of an idea
- Creative thinking
- Discovering possibilities
- Quickly accessing the possibilities of a situation
- Quickly examining the consistency of an idea
What other comparisons can we make? How can the interactions between these groups be made more efficient? What activities should be allocated to which group during a research collaboration? Is this sort of analysis even necessary?