Does our personality type cause or explain our behavior? Can our behavior be predicted or explained based on how we score on a "personality" test?
The simple answer is no. One type is NOT better than another and our type can not explain or predict our behavior.
While our "personality style, type or preferences" are formed quite early on in our lives (some experts do mention that tender age of five), there is no "if, then" statement that can be made; there is no definitive information that can be given to indicate a behavioral response based on type.
We may have a predominant style, but each situation and every experience one has allows us to grow. We incorporate lesser dominant styles as we continue on the path of time in interactions with others. We mature. And we learn how to interact using our own style and potentially recognize the preferences of the other, making allowances with that understanding.