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these are the best function descriptions i know of in the smallest amount of space. i don't understand why anyone says they're not the same functions as mbti. to me they blend together in a perfectly coherent way.
i don't see why anyone would say that the difference in typing has to do with anything other than a different way of expressing the type code for introverts. j vs p focusing on dominant function rather than on first extroverted function, or, in lenore's setup, left-brained vs right-brained predominance. i maybe see a value in the socionics j vs p, but not nearly as much value in the j vs p distinction in mbti. altho, at the same time, it's still the most poorly misunderstood element of mbti.
i don't know what others seem to think is off. are there type behavioral descriptions that seem more skewed than mbti type behaviorists? i guess i don't really read those to begin with.