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    @bologna - Sure thing, I can definitely take a crack at your video. And ahh, well darn. It normally takes me about a year to generate 500 posts, so I hope they come here instead.

    @Jennifer - Hey there! Thanks, I'm pretty sure we'll manage something, somehow. For truth's sake \o/ . This cannot go unnoticed any longer.

    @whatever - Mmm, I don't think those charts are accurate, from my experience. But curious. And that kinda sounds like you may be Ne/Se dominant. What type do you identify as currently?

    @Southern Kross - Thanks. As for Robert Downey Jr. he is definitely Te dominant. Inversely, Jim Carrey is Ne dominant - but is listed as ENTJ online. Generally what happens, I think, is celebs take some MBTI test at some point without investigating much into the theory and their results get publicized by media. It's not always correct though.

    @UniqueMixture - Oh my. I don't have much to work with (and the intoxication is a bit confusing). What I can say though is that you're probably a discernment (T/F) lead type. Most likely Fe or Te, but this is tentative. If you happen to have a longer video I'd be happy to take a look.

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    Despite the general implication that the word Physiognomy carries - the methodology we're trying to develop actually hasn't got anything in common with Socionics V.I., and it doesn't have have anything to do with static facial features, genetic or otherwise. Physiognomy is trying to grasp how the psyche and cognitive function as described by Jungian typology manifest in the body dynamically. It's about how the body moves, your eyes, your hands, and also how your voice sounds.

    We are actually working under the assumption that cognitive functions arise from the brain, and are generally rather interested in how neuroscience (like what Dario Nardi is doing.) can answer questions about human cognitive functionality, and help identify it through a systematic typology, which is currently in the realm of non empirical psychology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xenocide View Post
    We are actually working under the assumption that cognitive functions arise from the brain, and are generally rather interested in how neuroscience (like what Dario Nardi is doing.) can answer questions about human cognitive functionality, and help identify it through a systematic typology, which is currently in the realm of non empirical psychology.
    I was going to say, a bunch of your descriptions are in alignment with what Nardi's recent research suggests about the brains environment while certain types think. For example, the fluid, whole body composure of the inner perception types align well with Ni brain mapping. Also, Ti dom rigid, stop start, rather lifeless demeanor makes sense as Nardi's findings indicate that while thinking, centers used for emotional and external sensation functioning seem to essentially "turn off."

    Interesting stuff.



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    @JocktheMotie Huh! That's quite interesting.
    I haven't come across that in his writing quite yet. :3
    By any chance do you have the source?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auburn View Post
    @JocktheMotie Huh! That's quite interesting.
    I haven't come across that in his writing quite yet. :3
    By any chance do you have the source?
    Most of it is in his book which I highly recommend, and there's also been some interesting discussion in this thread for some summaries.



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    WARNING: Awkwardness alert!!

    Here's my video.

    I'm only going to leave it up for a day or two.

    Thoughts on my physiognomy type? Probably best to watch it with the sound turned off so you can focus on my movements rather than my words.
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    I've been trying to look at my own video to determine whether what I said about myself is actually true. I don't see Explorer "floatiness" in me, but I see "Perception lead" and much of your Ne description through much of the video with an Articulator's control and rigidity (stops and starts to hand motions, more directed movements from time to time, etc.).

    It's also different talking to a camera than talking to a person. Monologues with no feedback aren't exactly my specialty

    edited!

    I'll leave this one up for a few days as well.

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    @SuchIrony - Heya! Sorry for the delay.. thanks for sharing your video. I have to confess you're quite a tricky one for me to identify, but there are still things I can say with some certainty.

    I suspect you use the functions: Te-Fi, Ni-Se.

    Your use of Te/Fi appears to be aux+tert.
    And your use of Ni+Se appears to be dom+inf.
    But I'm really not confident enough to say much else.

    @bologna - Heya! Again, sorry for the delay.
    Your video seems a bit clearer to me.
    I suspect you might be Te(Si).

    I think at the very least you are a Discernment (T/F) Lead?
    You definitely have Ne+Si as your middle two functions.
    Your Te seems to be toned-down a bit more than other Te users, but still visible and distinct. You have a fair use of Fi as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Auburn View Post
    @bologna - Heya! Again, sorry for the delay.
    Your video seems a bit clearer to me.
    I suspect you may be Te(Si).

    At the very least you are a Discernment (T/F) Lead.
    You definitely have Ne+Si as your middle two functions.
    Your Te seems to be toned-down a bit more than other Te users, but still visible and distinct. You have a fair use of Fi as well.
    What delay? Thanks for the response!

    I try to be as clear as possible in communication, which means presenting ideas directly (and, when possible, tailored to the audience). Te(Si) is an.. interesting typing for me, though it's probably the best way to reconcile a "Je + Ne" approach.

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    Try this one visually read me.

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