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    Quote Originally Posted by karenk View Post
    Most INFJs are INFPs in socionics, so it's a conflicting relationship. ESTP is INFJ's dual.

    (I wouldn't want to even imagine an ESTJ/INFJ relationship. *shudder*)
    I'm actually an INFj in Socionics as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Stars View Post
    I'm actually an INFj in Socionics as well.
    ditto

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Stars View Post
    I'm actually an INFj in Socionics as well.
    ditto^2

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    I'm confused. Doesn't socionics just have a different code?

    Like, INFJ in MBTI is Ni-Fe and INFp in socionics is also Ni-Fe... So how can someone be INFJ in MBTI and INFj in socionics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenk View Post
    Maybe they're almost 50/50 on the J/P, which would still tip one way though but maybe it's more difficult to differentiate.
    Why would you pick one way for MBTI and a different way for socionics? Are the functions not defined the same way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by evan View Post
    Why would you pick one way for MBTI and a different way for socionics? Are the functions not defined the same way?
    You quoted me so fast. I just meant maybe they made a mistake in one of the systems because they're on the cusp. I wrote previusly, "Most INFJs are INFPs in socionics" to try to prevent a discussion on whether you flip the last letter. ha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenk View Post
    You quoted me so fast. ha. I just meant maybe they made a mistake in one of the systems because they're on the cusp.
    Yeah, but three people in a row? I find it more likely that they have some knowledge I don't have about the difference between the systems. Or they are using different definitions than I am.

    (I'm using live new posts, which is why I responded quickly.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by evan View Post
    Yeah, but three people in a row? I find it more likely that they have some knowledge I don't have about the difference between the systems. Or they are using different definitions than I am.
    The discussion begins.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenk View Post
    The discussion begins.........
    I just read an article and it looks like the confusion is that MBTI is considered to be defined by 4 dichotomies whereas socionics is more defined by functions. By that logic, I'm an INTP in MBTI and an INFp in socionics, I guess.

    I define MBTI types by functions, but maybe not everyone does.

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    Ha wow well I am basing my double INFJ off of test results (many MBTI tests in books and online), which are always solid INFJ and socionics on socionics.com (which was solid INFJ), if that helps?

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