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    Default Fe types how do you do on this test? What method do you use for it? (Other types too)

    OK, this started in another thread. I'm copying from there.

    @Alea_iacta_est said this:

    Firstly, to address the last question, he answered in the affirmative to my question on the thread, which posed whether or not he unconsciously draws in the emotions of others; unconsciously absorbing the emotional atmosphere to be interpreted in an Si manner (Fe-Si mechanism). Ergo, it explains the noticing of facial expressions (realize that you can "notice" something unconsciously, or much more accurately, subconsciously. Conscious Fe users would be more focused on actively reading facial expressions to ascertain emotions being displayed, whereas the Sub/unconscious Fe users can "pick-up" on the meaning of facial expressions passively without actively looking for them)
    Then I linked this emotion reading test.

    I tried this test before, I have weak Fe and still I score pretty high in it, actually higher than average (32 out of 36), but I suppose the strong Fe types would be doing this test more consciously. I just... looked at each face and to determine the feeling displayed, I often - instinctively - tried to mirror the feeling internally which has a really weak effect on me - those mirror neurons of mine don't seem to fire strongly -, so I was straining a bit to "lock onto" what I was feeling. It's just a really weak something that's hard to grasp. Nonetheless, I did manage to do quite well on the test. Unconscious Fe though, definitely, based on how I was doing the test.

    I would be curious to hear from strong Fe types, how they do that test, how well they do on it, and if they feel all that shit consciously while taking the test or whatever other method they use consciously.

    Of course, I'm also happy to hear about other types as well!

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    28/36
    You are so arbitrary.

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    Not an Fe type (my listed type is both under my avi and in my sig for reference), but I got 31/36.
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    29/36

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    Score: 35/36

    Half 'conscious cues' and half just 'slipping into their shoes' to guess.

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    SCORE: 26/36

    This was difficult for me as for a lot of them I thought "not enough context". Others I thought "yeah I have fucking clue". At the end of the day I am about average at reading a persons emotions. Usually I pick it up, but sometimes I am clueless or flat out wrong. Could be from having Aspergers as a kid. Either way this didn't surprise me. What I am good at, is reading into social dynamics and social flow. More or less figuring out people as a group, not the individual. I'm also quite good at figuring out what makes a person tick, but that's past/future stuff. Present tense, eh, not so easy.
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    30/36 some I picked up immediately, others took some guessing and reasoning about. How do I reason about an expression? I dunno. I also tried making the face and figuring out why I would make such a face. Seemed like the more I thought about any particular question the more likely I was to get it wrong.
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    I hate this test(have seen it before somewhere else), black and white low quality pictures doesent give what i need for analysis, i look at this sort of stuff from movements and collections of facial expressions and other mannerism rather than some one picture i get from one particular time.
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    27/36

    My Fe is stronger than yours, and I am only average.

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