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    Default 3DPsyche, Official Thread

    Hi Everyone,

    I know there is another thread on the topic, but I wanted to start up fresh. I am actually the creator of 3DPsyche, and back when it was being discussed in this forum it was just a personal project I didn't even intend to release. The site needed proofreading, and the test needed polishing and reworking the formula.

    Since I found the thread here a couple of weeks ago, I cleaned up the site and fixed the test to my best abilities. please check it out. I will greatly appreciate your input.

    Thank you so much.

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    I can't comment on the test itself and whether the questions correspond well to determining mbti or not, as I don't think there's a consensus anyway in how to go about determining/applying mbti, and I've kind of fallen off of the mbti bandwagon. BUT, here are my results, the description of which I think is reasonably accurate.

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    Philosophical

    The best concept to define the focus of this state is morality. It happens when we are physically relaxed, but rationally and emotionally tense. We are in this state when we ask: what did we learn from this? what was wrong? what is the ideal? We want to understand and clarify feelings, and think before acting. We are not just using morals as guidance, but developing them, looking for the essence, importance or wisdom.

    People who have a strong tendency to this state focus on their feelings and reasons. Their attention goes to where a clear and desired outcome is met. For them, wisdom and self control are more pressing than swift physical response, possessions or actions. They are curious and reflective of their feelings, but not easy to abandon dogmas and habits. They like to contemplate fascinating ideas, but will not easily detach from their values and rules.

    This state has three tendencies towards introversion: self-reliance due to abstraction, which may cultivate rumination, shyness and passive aggression; stubbornness due to order, which may cultivate inflexibility and strictness; and self-absorption due to value, which may cultivate sensitivity and bias.

    People that are strongly philosophical enjoy discovering or developing a sense of purpose and a code to act accordingly. They have pleasure for obedience. They also value accomplishments, even if they may seem unproductive or unpractical at the moment; their focus is on transcendence and meaning. But, sometimes they could find it easier to adjust their codes to maintain a posture, and this could keep them procrastinating or being complacent about impositions or situations. They tend to find it their mission to preserve knowledge and values.

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    Imperial - 70%, Logical - 71%, Philosophical - 85%
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    Organizational

    The best concept to define the focus of this state is clarity. It happens when we are rationally tense, but physically and emotionally flexible. We are in this state when we make social plans and projections. We are attentive to the mission, scheme or design in order to see it executed. Our interest is not to act or build, instead it is to inspect, guide and arrange. We clarify, point things out, designate and keep the order. This state is mostly social, develops feelings easily and is alert to what goes around, but its main focus is finding or clarifying the rational purpose of things.

    By definition, this is the state of alertness, order and empathy. When opening, it is linked to the Social. When internalizing, it is linked to the Theoretical, Entrepreneurial, Technical and Ethical; and indirectly to the Sensual.

    Its main characteristic is sensing the surroundings in accordance to a plan, bringing order to our social environment, and bringing excitement to technical aspects and policies. This defines our ability to guide ourselves and others, or our surroundings according to an established goal.

    Directors, Coordinators, Administrators, Supervisors…

    People who have a strong tendency to this state focus on their analysis and environment. They have a strong sense of responsibility and expect this from others. They concentrate in projecting their goals and seeing them reflected on their lives and surroundings. For them, having a clear purpose is more pressing than instinctive impulses, feelings and emotions. They are supporters of things for which they see a rational outcome, but more intolerant of ones they don’t understand. They can be good critics of the work of others, although they may have low tolerance for slacking, ignorance, or irrationality. But, they are committed to instruction and sharing. They like academic environments, especially if oriented towards events planning, counselling, business or entrepreneurship. They are sociable, make it a regular task to have pleasant and friendly fun, and are great fans of celebrating accomplishments.

    This state has one tendency towards introversion: stubbornness due to order, which may cultivate inflexibility and strictness.

    People that are strongly organizational feel a need to stick to the vision. In this sense they can be judgmental or sensitive to irresponsibility and chaos. Their goal is not becoming a sole executor or leading star, they prefer directing or planning, and most of all, they like teamwork. They enjoy intellectual pursues, but rather the ones that involve physical execution, and social impact.
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    Organizational > Ethical > Theoretical > Philosophical

    actually, I guess linking to the results is easier

    The test isn't far off from what I usually wind up with. Any specific feedback that you're looking for?

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    I read the jung thing on the site and it was so off that its a plain lie to claim that this model has anything to do with jungs typology
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
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    eNFp 61% 76% 74% 81%, factual>conceptual>sensorial>lethargical

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    Vasilisa's Results
    eNTp
    I: 44 E: 56 S: 25 N:75 F: 49 T: 51 J:37 P:63

    cordial 79, spiritual 77, ethical 67, philosophical 65, factual 57, conceptual 56, social 56, ideational 55, technical 50, logical 49, organizational 49, theoretical 48, aesthetical 48, protectoral 43, imperial 37, sensorial 35, sensual 35, lethargical 35, inspirational 34, practical 31, heroical 31, entrepreneurial 28, industrial 27, passional 25, dynamical 16, histrionical 16

    Cordial
    The best concept to define the focus of this state is affinity. It happens when we are emotionally tense, but physically and rationally flexible. It looks to make sure that values are reflected in our social environment. It is attentive to the things that exalt or threaten ideal views, but rather than the attitude of a fighter or guardian, this state provides that of a critic, teammate and supporter. It is mostly social, is alert of what is going around and will be curious about it.

    By definition, this is the state of alertness, inquiry and value. When opening, it is linked to the Social. When internalizing, it is linked to the Spiritual, Aesthetical, Protectoral and Ethical; and indirectly to the Factual.

    Its main characteristic is sensing the surroundings for spiritual connections, pondering about aesthetics, or bringing value to present events. This defines our ability to look for bonds, harmony or emotional connection within our social medium.

    Diplomats, Caregivers, Hosts, Philanthropists…

    People who have a strong tendency to this state focus on their feelings and environment. They have a strong sense of responsibility, given by emotional commitment; they struggle to teach this to others. They concentrate in making sure that what is done carries their views and values. They are great friends of celebrating and recognizing the efforts and intentions of others. They put great attention to special dates and anniversaries, and being there when friends and relatives need them. They are gregarious, but have a preference for their own social group. They value those that are responsive or resourceful. They appreciate activism and financial support, because they value facts as much as ideas. Their major desire is to see balance, and this may drive them to look for drama and emotional causes.

    This state has one tendency towards introversion: self-absorption due to value, which may cultivate sensitivity and bias.

    People that are strongly cordial have a clear vision of what is good and bad, beautiful and ugly, desired and repulsive. They are open to debate ideas and to explore activities, places or cultures; but, they have a clear identity with a family, social group, culture or set of values, and the interaction might be restricted around this basis. They also tend to have a clear idea of who is an enemy or threat. And, they tend to be sensitive to public opinion.
    Spiritual
    The best concept to define the focus of this state is essence. It happens when we are physically relaxed, but emotionally tense and rationally flexible. We are in this state when searching ideals, meanings, significance or transcendence; when we are involved in abstract reverence. We look to study our values, and conceive and expose our feelings. We are devoted to ideas, and enjoy exploring and elaborating on them. This is not spiritual in religious term, it is simply focused on emotional abstract concepts.

    By definition, this is the state of abstraction, inquiry and value. When opening, it links to the Cordial and Ideational. When internalizing, it links to the Sentimental and Philosophical, and indirectly to the Conceptual and Protectoral.

    Its main characteristic is pondering sentiments or placing values on concepts, all while avoiding physical engagement. This defines our ability to be exalted, repulsed or devoted to things that are only grasped by the mind, while being absent from physical surroundings or escaping what is tangible or presented to the senses.

    Missioners, Idealists, Therapists, Healers…

    People who have a strong tendency to this state focus on their feelings and are open to analysis. Their attention goes to where ideals and believes are. For them, being a visionary is more pressing than physical possessions or productivity. They plan and care for what is emotionally important or relevant, and avoid more practical but non-transcendental activities. They feel comfortable in secular environments, but will always question the purpose in search for better things. Their visions may seem compelling and pleasurable, while reality may seem dull and dirty. They may abandon quests following their feelings, and dislike definite, predictable and rigorous things. They are impulsively protective of things they value, but might overlook physical abilities, facts or needs. They may be bias about their preferences; but, they are open to reflect upon their feelings.

    They have two tendencies towards introversion: self-reliance due to abstraction, which may cultivate rumination, shyness and passive aggression; and self-absorption due to value, which may cultivate sensitivity and bias.

    People that are strongly spiritual are open to suggestions, information and exploration, but these are all conditioned by an intense desire to carry an ideal. This can make them reject or adopt things, and may interfere with interpretations, giving a sense of clarity at times and disdain at others. They pursue a definite passion in order to be creative; this tends to make them artistic or art enthusiasts.
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    Tense      Action	Order           Value	 
    Flexible   Alertness	Inquiry         Empathy	 
    Relaxed    Abstraction	Unrestraint	Detachment
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    I: 62%; N: 66%; F: 88%; J: 54%

    Aesthetical: 82
    Sentimental: 78

    Aesthetical
    The best concept to define the focus of this state is taste. It happens when we are rationally relaxed, but emotionally tense and physically flexible. We are in this state when looking to rejoice in the moment, or looking to recreate memorable physical experiences. We are focused on our values and attentive to appreciate them on our surroundings. We have a clear idea of our likes and dislikes, and do not question our feelings.

    By definition, this is the state of alertness, unrestraint and value. When opening, it links to the Cordial and Sensual. When internalizing, it links to the Sentimental and Passional, and indirectly to the Ethical and Sensorial.

    Its main characteristic is sensing the surroundings for emotional appreciation, or valuing tangible things, all while avoiding rational engagement. This defines our ability to be exalted or repulsed by what is being presented to our senses, and not be concerned or contrived by norms or rationale.

    Sentimental
    The best concept to define the focus of this state is sensibility. It happens when we are physically and rationally relaxed, but emotionally tense. We are on this sate when our actions and decisions are dictated around our feelings; and, when we are taken over or captivated by appreciations that escape our reason and exalt our ideas, senses or actions.

    By definition, this is the state of abstraction, unrestraint and value. When opening it links to the Aesthetical, Spiritual and Inspirational. When internalizing it links indirectly to the Philosophical, Passional and Lethargical.

    Its main characteristic is valuing our inspirations and empathy, thus determining emotional bonds, all while avoiding physical and rational engagement. This offers us the ability to feel an unavoidable connection or rejection, love or phobia, for things and ideas. These values seem to escape our senses or reason.

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    Lenin, thought you may be interested in some more feedback, since you did such a good job on the theoretical design: http://www.the16types.info/vbulletin...ctor-MBTI-Test


    Thanks for the update, I liked this one a lot. My results aren't a total reflection, some states are overshadowed maybe due to the simpler wording to the questions ie. I'd say I'm more sentimental and theoretical than it awards me, but I like the categories and think it fits anyway. It's the same thing I got two years ago:

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    MBTI best fit: INTP or INTx

    85% Logical
    71% Lethargical
    67% Philosophical
    63% Industrial
    59% Sentimental



    Abstraction, Order, Detachment

    The best concept to define the focus of this state is rationale. It happens when we are physically and emotionally relaxed, but rationally tense. We are in this state when being analytic and trying to find order and patterns. Its ideal scenario is when everything makes sense and falls into place within our head; and when we want to find this perfection.

    By definition, this is the state of abstraction, order and detachment. When opening, it links to the Technical, Conceptual and Theoretical. When internalizing, it links indirectly to the Industrial, Philosophical and Lethargical.

    Its main characteristic is bringing order to concepts, thus determining our sense of rational certainty, all while avoiding physical and emotional engagement. This defines our ability to structure and analyze abstract data, without being constricted, misguided or distracted by our immediate physical perception or emotional appreciation.

    Scientists, Analysts, Mathematicians, Programmers…

    People who have a strong tendency to this state may forget about basic physical needs for periods of time, or neglect attention to their loved ones; but they will create systems and schedules to deal with this. They are open to learn and appreciate things, but are strict about their resolutions. Ideally, everything they do should have a perfect reason. They do not show interest for demanding physical activities, unless they see a clear purpose or personal goal. They are not friends of whimsical ideas or feelings, and avoid drama. They also dislike frivolities and reckless behaviors.

    They have three tendencies towards introversion: self-reliance due to abstraction, which may cultivate rumination, shyness and passive aggression; stubbornness due to order, which may cultivate inflexibility and strictness; and self-absorption due to detachment, which may cultivate selfishness and disinterest.

    People that are strongly logical create connections with those who share their convictions, and develop respect for intellectual leaders. They do not need physical presence or trivial chats in order to maintain relationships; their sense commitment does the trick. They can mold habits, and adopt and respect measures quickly if there is a good reason to do so, but are very against those they cannot see a clear purpose for. They look to rest only when things make sense or are in order. They develop personal infatuations with ideas, thing or people, but may struggle with charisma or courage. They tend to be industrious, but dislike supervision, thus preferring clear and strict methods and policies.

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    87% spiritual, 73% sentimental

    spiritual:
    The best concept to define the focus of this state is essence. This could be called the psychological state, although in a sense, it would be unfair to the rest. It happens when we are physically relaxed, but emotionally tense and rationally flexible. We are in this state when searching ideals, meanings, significance or transcendence; when we are involved in abstract reverence. We look to study our values, and conceive and expose our feelings. We are devoted to ideas, and enjoy exploring and elaborating on them. This is not spiritual in religious term, it is simply focused on emotional abstract concepts.

    By definition, this is the state of abstraction, inquiry and value. When opening, it links to the Cordial and Ideational. When internalizing, it links to the Sentimental and Philosophical, and indirectly to the Conceptual and Protectoral.

    Its main characteristic is pondering sentiments or placing values on concepts, all while avoiding physical engagement. This defines our ability to be exalted, repulsed or devoted to abstract things, while being absent from physical surroundings or escaping what is tangible or presented to the senses at the moment.

    sentimental:
    The best concept to define the focus of this state is sensibility. It happens when we are physically and rationally relaxed, but emotionally tense. We are on this sate when our actions and decisions are dictated around our feelings; and, when we are taken over or captivated by appreciations that escape our reason and exalt our ideas, senses or actions.

    By definition, this is the state of abstraction, unrestraint and value. When opening it links to the Aesthetical, Spiritual and Inspirational. When internalizing it links indirectly to the Philosophical, Passional and Lethargical.

    Its main characteristic is valuing our inspirations and empathy, thus determining emotional bonds, all while avoiding physical and rational engagement. This offers us the ability to feel an unavoidable connection or rejection, love or phobia, for things and ideas. These values seem to escape our senses or reason.

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    Sentimental
    The best concept to define the focus of this state is sensibility. It happens when we are physically and rationally relaxed, but emotionally tense. We are in this state when our actions and decisions are dictated around our feelings, and when we are taken over or captivated by appreciations that escape our reason and exalt our ideas, senses or actions.

    By definition, this is the state of abstraction, unrestraint and value. When opening it links to the Aesthetical, Spiritual and Inspirational. When internalizing it links indirectly to the Philosophical, Passional and Lethargical.

    Its main characteristic is valuing our inspirations and empathy, thus determining emotional bonds, all while avoiding physical and rational engagement. This offers us the ability to feel an unavoidable connection or rejection, love or phobia, for things and ideas. These values seem to escape our senses or reason.

    Archetype for this state: Poets
    Balladeers, Preachers, Painters… People who have a strong tendency to this state focus on their feelings and their inner life. They are likely to create strong bonds and rejections, developing a clear idea of what is beautiful and ugly, good or bad. In fact, their world tends to find meaning through their passion, purpose, desires or fears. They do not have interest for demanding physical activities, or those that deviate from their passion. But they derive tremendous joy from executing activities, or appreciating things; if these carry their values, the pleasure is intensified. This tendency to form connections, fascination and pleasure has a delicate line; it could point to things that may oppose other values. They look for constant reaffirmation.

    They have three tendencies towards introversion: self-reliance due to abstraction, which may cultivate rumination, shyness and passive aggression; stubbornness due to unrestraint, which may cultivate defiance and recklessness; and self-absorption due to value, which may cultivate sensitivity and bias.

    People that are strongly sentimental create strong connections with those that share their passions, and develop admiration for those who embody them. They maintain emotional bonds with distant and even lost ones or things. They are respectful of moral values, but do not rationalize them. Judgment and wisdom is intuitive for them. They look to rest only when things feel right, blessed or good. They may get involved in activities passionately and impulsively.

    Complete results here.

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