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    @Infinite Bubble,

    All Ne/Si users supposedly blink a lot, but Si > Ne usually has a 'concentrated scowl' look. I thought I did Ni-zone outs too (I posted on the forum and was told my P functions were clearly Ne/Si) but apparently it was Si (both 'Pi drifts' can look very similar).
    I don't have the concentrated scowl. I know what you're talking about for sure, though. I immediately thought of my ISTJ dad when I read that phrase. Yes, I can see how 'pi drifts' could look similar...

    Have you thought about posting a vid on their forum so they can type you?
    I've avoided videos up to this point but I think I might for this because I'm pretty motivated to see what they have to say. Interestingly, I watched one of their vids and one of the main people (the girl) looks disturbingly like me.

    I'm pretty sure they are writing a book on it. I do also enjoy the idea, so it'd be good if it was true. It'd take Jungian typology further than being a mere pseudo science too.
    Yeah, I look forward to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite Bubble View Post
    Yeah, clearly there's something there. Whether it's related remains unanswered.



    All Ne/Si users supposedly blink a lot, but Si > Ne usually has a 'concentrated scowl' look. I thought I did Ni-zone outs too (I posted on the forum and was told my P functions were clearly Ne/Si) but apparently it was Si (both 'Pi drifts' can look very similar).



    Have you thought about posting a vid on their forum so they can type you?



    I'm pretty sure they are writing a book on it. I do also enjoy the idea, so it'd be good if it was true. It'd take Jungian typology further than being a mere pseudo science too.
    NeTi and FiNe and SeFi looked a lot like me.
    NeFi doesn't have a video…
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    i wonder if the video i have would be okay to submit? i hated the process so much i don't really want to do it again.

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    @brainheart, you're probably Ne/Si because I don't think the doe eyes are ever really seen in Se/Ni users, unless the shape of them is genetic.

    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Qwan View Post
    NeTi and FiNe and SeFi looked a lot like me.
    NeFi doesn't have a video…
    Check this out (anybody else interested should as well): http://cognitivetype.com/database/Su...sicSignals.pdf

    On post #7 I gave a link to videos of some NeFi's.

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    Hey this is cool. I do the Ni zone out (looking through objects,my ESFJ friend asks some times where did you go midsentence, and people sometimes look over their own shoulder when I am talking to them)...I am pretty sure I have the Se perk up or weird bursts of intensity versus the naive Ne thing.

    I thought the Fi look of disgust even when not disgusted and assymetrical smile was very correct, in general.

    I also thought the NFP "pained look" was an interesting observation, I have definitely seen it.

    I also watched some of Si Te and thought the Si turndown of the eye thing was pretty interesting...

    I need to sit and watch these all the way through later.

    Id like to have some one analyze me anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmotini View Post
    Hey this is cool. I do the Ni zone out (looking through objects,my ESFJ friend asks some times where did you go midsentence, and people sometimes look over their own shoulder when I am talking to them)...I am pretty sure I have the Se perk up or weird bursts of intensity versus the naive Ne thing.

    I thought the Fi look of disgust even when not disgusted and assymetrical smile was very correct, in general.

    I also thought the NFP "pained look" was an interesting observation, I have definitely seen it.

    I also watched some of Si Te and thought the Si turndown of the eye thing was pretty interesting...

    I need to sit and watch these all the way through later.

    Id like to have some one analyze me anyway.
    You can submit a video here. I'm not sure how active the originators of the system are in terms of typing people but the other members seem to do it quite a bit. Can't vouch for their level of skill but it might be worth a shot.

    I submitted a video way back and they concluded I was INTJ or ISFP. Very Ni/Fi heavy either way. Hypnotic and semi-bored eyes + sullen aura and tension in the cheeks and snarly smiles.

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    I think there is something to this. But it's hard to pinpoint if the real pattern is being pinpointed correctly.

    I do think there is more merit to this than socionics where it takes traits that are genetics and latches on a label.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite Bubble View Post
    @brainheart, you're probably Ne/Si because I don't think the doe eyes are ever really seen in Se/Ni users, unless the shape of them is genetic.



    Check this out (anybody else interested should as well): http://cognitivetype.com/database/Su...sicSignals.pdf

    On post #7 I gave a link to videos of some NeFi's.
    Thanks for the links. Problem is I read Psychological Types and Ni dom/ inferior Se suits me well. Also, I very much get stuck in Ni-Ti and getting out and engaging with the real world in real time (Se) and making heart-felt connections with people (Fe) are what always make me feel better/ more well-rounded.

    Anyway. I will probably do a video. Because my kid who I can't imagine being anything other than ISFP has the same eyes as me. As you say, genetic.

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    Did a video and oddly I look the most like the SeFi

    So much Fi snarling and eyes out of the sockets coupled with the Te monotone. Apparently how I talk is completely different than how I think I talk. I look... maniacally psycho

    er... keyed up ISFP? (I was going to post my video but the audio is all out of sync, so no.)

    Edit:

    Whoa, actually these people talk/ look a lot like me- esp Leticia Sabatella and Amanda Seyfried.

    http://cognitivetype.boards.net/thre...e-clear-videos

    Quote from Fi/Se:
    imo many FiSes also have a sort of 'pained expression' (I do too) but it looks like more sort of a 'less painful pain' when compared to FiNe pained face.
    Sounds pretty much right.

    Has anyone else looked at these and have they been consistent/ different than your type?

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    Robert Pattinson seems like an ISFP in this one. Too much Fi flusteredness/sullen-ness.

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