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    Here's a table of type correlations including DISC two-type blends (based on temperament and Interaction Style, like the others).

    I haven't been following how well it is fitting people's results with their type. I know for me as high D and S it fits.

    For instance; Frank, I remember displaying an ENTJ type, but now it is removed. But if you score that high on D, it is likely your true type after all.

    Just Her also has no type identifed, with D=99. So you're likely also some Choleric type. I edges out C as next highest, so you might be some Choleric-Sanguine or Choleric-Melancholy combo. (ExTP or ExTJ; if an introvert, INTJ).

    It also includes Social Styles (Merrill) and Personality Styles (Allesandra).



    Edit: just looked aover a few results, and they do seem to be fitting fairly well. Even with some INTP's having a fairly high D, though others having high C instead. This would correspond to high Melancholy, which is what many of them often get. Otherwise, they are high S, which would fit Behind the Scenes.
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    Ti 54.3 | Ne 47.3 | Si 37.8 | Fe 17.7 | Te 22.5 | Ni 13.4 | Se 18.9 | Fi 27.9

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    My Adaptive Style looks ridiculous compared to my Natural Style. Oh, well. At least my overall style is an excellent one for a manager in a business setting.


    Natural Style

    Decisive - 56
    Interactive - 81
    Stability - 53
    Cautious - 39

    Adaptive Style

    Decisive - 25
    Interactive - 95
    Stability - 17
    Cautious - 10



    High Aesthetic - Very much prefers form, harmony, and balance. Likely a strong advocate for green initiatives and protecting personal time and space.

    Very High Economic - Very competitive and bottom-line oriented.

    High Individualistic - Has no problem standing up for own rights, and may impart this energy into others as well.

    High Political - Able to accept the credit or take the blame, with 'the buck stops here' attitude.

    Low Altruistic - Won't be taken advantage of; protects own turf and that of the team or organization.

    Average Regulatory - Able to balance and understand the need to have structure and order, but not paralyzed without it.

    Average Theoretical - Able to balance the quest for understanding and knowledge with the practical needs of a situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    My Adaptive Style looks ridiculous compared to my Natural Style. Oh, well. At least my overall style is an excellent one for a manager in a business setting...


    ...Adaptive Style

    Decisive - 25
    Interactive - 95
    Stability - 17
    Cautious - 10
    Looks to me like your adaptive style is to turn an attention whore switch on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    For instance; Frank, I remember displaying an ENTJ type, but now it is removed. But if you score that high on D, it is likely your true type after all.
    This works for me, as an ENTJ.

    Natural D = 81
    Adaptive D = 91

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    Average
    Aesthetic

    Very High
    Economic

    High
    Individualistic

    High
    Political

    Very Low
    Altruistic

    Low
    Regulatory

    Very High
    Theoretical

    natural style
    D 56
    I 99
    S 39
    C 46

    Adaptive
    D 63
    I 39
    S 25
    C 60
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metaphor View Post
    This works for me, as an ENTJ.

    Natural D = 81
    Adaptive D = 91

    There's an INFJ who scored D= 90.
    Don't mess with her.

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    Nice, me and my wife did this.. both got extreme scores on economical/theorizing. Our DISC results were quite different and gave a lot to talk about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    There's an INFJ who scored D= 90.
    Don't mess with her.
    Natural or adaptive? (I'm looking more at "natural").
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    Edit: just looked aover a few results, and they do seem to be fitting fairly well. Even with some INTP's having a fairly high D, though others having high C instead. This would correspond to high Melancholy, which is what many of them often get. Otherwise, they are high S, which would fit Behind the Scenes.
    Yeah, I think I've seen the D <-> C variance in INTPs. It's a matter of locus of control -- do you focus on dominating others or dominating yourself? (which is essentially what C does -- it's self-control/restraint).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    Natural or adaptive? (I'm looking more at "natural").
    Natural, Eric.

    Night is natural high I and C. I hate to burst your little MBTI-loving bubble but he is not ESFJ, and Proteanmix and I are not EXTPs.
    I made this thead for DISC, not MBTI. What part of that don't you get? DISC is spelled D-I-S-C. MBTI is spelled M-B-T-I.

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