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Firstly, whilst the introverted types are more likely to focus on what is occurring inside their heads, the extroverts are more about acting in the world around them. Whilst the introverts generally spend longer thinking about potential dangers that could occur, extroverts generally are more action-orientated and get energized by their environment. For these reasons, most extroverts are energized by the many new and exciting situations that they, as action-orientated individuals, find themselves in. Therefore, most extroverts are more confident in facing new and potentially dangerous situations than introverts.
Sensors live more in the present world than intuitives. They are more realistic individuals, and therefore, whilst intuitives are more likely to see all the potential situations that could occur from making a decision, such as saving a man who is being robbed, the sensors more likely focus on the present situation rather than future implications. Therefore, sensors are generally more brave. This also relates to judging vs perceiving. Judging types, particular Ni, consider all future implications when making decisions. On the other hand, perceiving types, particular Se, focus on the present moment, not considering the future implications as much. Without as much care about such things, Se types are generally more brave than Ni. This makes ESXP, or dominant Se users, the type that is most brave.
Finally, thinkers are generally more brave than feelers. Whilst feeling types are more emotional and often irrational than thinkers, thinking types can generally rationalize situations better and think more with their heads. Therefore, ESTP types are the most brave types.