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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    Hmmm...do you know where I could read about this?
    Reinin dichotomies - Wikisocion

    What you might like to do, is read the description of each of the 11 dichotomies and try to decide which side of it you fall on, without first reading which types are meant to fall on which side, so as to not bias your results. Admittedly, it can be hard to determine which side you fall on for a lot of it.
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    IEI - Intuitive Ethical Introtratim

    59% LII, 52% ESE, 47% SEI, 47% ILE, 42% LSI, 53% EIE, 70% IEI, 63% SLE, 42% ESI, 42% LIE, 27% ILI, 50% SEE, 47% EII, 44% LSE, 52% SLI and 42% IEE!
    [ Ni > Ti > Fe > Fi > Ne > Te > Si > Se ][ 4w5 sp/sx ][ RLOAI ][ IEI-Ni ]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    Reinin dichotomies - Wikisocion

    What you might like to do, is read the description of each of the 11 dichotomies and try to decide which side of it you fall on, without first reading which types are meant to fall on which side, so as to not bias your results. Admittedly, it can be hard to determine which side you fall on for a lot of it.
    Ehhhhhhhh... The Wikisocion Reinin descriptions aren't good. If you can get your hands on Reinin's book, use that.

    Failing that, at least take a look at these:

    On Waves of Aging and Renewal: Progress Orientation in Combination with Jungian Aspects

    On Vectors of Social Progress

    Defining Specialized Logical Functions by V. Gulenko

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    SLI - Sensing Logical Introtratim
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    LIE - Logical Intuitive Extravtratim
    44% LII, 45% ESE, 56% SEI, 53% ILE, 36% LSI, 35% EIE, 42% IEI, 34% SLE, 55% ESI, 64% LIE, 39% ILI, 59% SEE, 59% EII, 41% LSE, 64% SLI and 52% IEE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    Reinin dichotomies - Wikisocion

    What you might like to do, is read the description of each of the 11 dichotomies and try to decide which side of it you fall on, without first reading which types are meant to fall on which side, so as to not bias your results. Admittedly, it can be hard to determine which side you fall on for a lot of it.
    Interesting read, thanks. However, I'm wondering what the logic is in these specific characteristics between each type. (This isn't something I need you to answer and I realize that I could delve deeper to find out if I really wanted to.)

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    Your result for The Socionics Test ...
    SLE - Sensing Logical Extratratim

    50% LII, 45% ESE, 50% SEI, 41% ILE, 39% LSI, 41% EIE, 42% IEI, 63% SLE, 39% ESI, 48% LIE, 48% ILI, 44% SEE, 62% EII, 56% LSE, 55% SLI and 55% IEE!


    So, ESTp first, INFj second. Interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek
    However, I'm wondering what the logic is in these specific characteristics between each type.
    Some of them somewhat make sense if you look at what functions (TiFe vs FiTe, NiSe vs NeSi, Pe+Ji vs Pi+Je, N+T/S+F vs N+F/S+T) they refer to, others seem a lot more obscure.

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek
    ESI>>>>SLI for me (SLI was dead last...)
    LSI was dead last, so it indicates you wouldn't be Ti-Se. SLI tied for 4th.

    What's interesting is that practically everyone is scoring really low on LSI.

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    50% SEI, SEE, EII
    48% IEE
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    42% LSI, IEI, ILI
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    If out of the first 7 questions, 4 of my answers are "both or neither," I won't waste my time going any farther.

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