Those are two of the three FIRO matrices used in five temperament theory. Inclusion is surface social skills, and Control is leadership and responsibilities skills. The backbone of my FIRO-MBTI correlation is that Inclusion corresponds to Interaction Styles, and Control corresponds to the Keirseyan temperaments, which Berens called "conative" (dealing with action). There's also a third area called "Affection" which covers deep epersonal relationships. That does not seem to be directly represented in MBTI, though it in some respects might figure in the Interaction Style. If you seem to have a third temperament like the Phlegmatic you mentioned, it could be in Affection.What do "in Inclusion" and "in Control" mean?
Full "short' explanation of all this at: ERICA vs EISeNFelT
Both have Fe/Ti as supporting and relief (I call this a "harmonic" preference, see http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...dem-names.html), so you need to sort out your perception preference. You can try out my Lucky Eight Archetype test (http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...type-test.html) to quickly get an idea what roles Si or Ni fill, and that might help decide. (Though a lot of INFP's have come up with combinations like that too, and I imagine ISFP's could too).