The socionicists matched up the INTJ with the SLE profile the most, so I'm wondering if anyone relates, or is an SLE. My shadow is an MBTI ESTP, but I don't relate to SLE as much as LII. I know a lot of INTJs that are probably SLEs.
Introduction into Socionics
Other matches were LIE, and then ILE. It's trying to say that INTJs are actually extroverts (if INTJ is the best 'word' for the statement).
Also SLEs are matched with duality the IEI (INTJ matched with INFP.) I don't think I'm an SLE though.
I'm an INTJ/LII, and that is a bit odder according to this exersize. These are supposedly real socionicists deliberating, and I do see the connections between these 'different theory' types. I've always thought Socionics put it a little better.
E is different in Socionics and in MBTI. In socionics E stands for outward seeking, initiative driven, and in MBTI E stands for energized by people. I see a contradiction as I've pointed out time again. Wikisocion is a great resource. I come close to E, but I'm mostly I. My intrapersonal intelligence is the strongest, so that likely indicates introversion.
Another thing is I don't find INTJ as a misrepresentation of my type. The profile sounds the most like me. I just don't trust how MBTI is organized. If the INTJ was a misrepresentation, say this, because of a faulty framework, all can be criticized, then it is not up to anyone to say INTJ = SLE. But If INTJ hadn't existed in the first place due to incorrect terminology, given information provided by this exersize, then one would assume to start with SLE. Who is to say SLE Se is not related to INTJ Ni?
What do you think of this comparison, and where do you stand, INTJs?