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    As far as I know, the use of an uncapitalised fourth letter is the notation of Socionics personality types.

    Some convert from Socionics types to Myers-Briggs types by changing (and capitalizing) the last letter if it's an introverted type, while leaving it the same (although still capitalizing) if it's an extraverted type. This conversion method is misguided, but much less so than believing that Socionics types are Myers-Briggs types.

    Better conversion guidelines are that introverted types can turn out to be either of the other system's P/p or J/j equivalents (i.e: an INFj could turn out to be either an INFP or an INFJ; an INFJ could turn out to be either an INFj or an INFp).

    Here is an article about the issue.


    Note though that the two systems are pretty different in their constitutions, and they aren't really so compatible.
     
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