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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Sigh. Why don't you tell me what you'd like me to be then
    IEE-ENFp

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    Quote Originally Posted by calb View Post
    IEE-ENFp
    Done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    I honestly am not trying to be difficult. But hey, if it makes people more comfortable, I'll be IEE and 4w3...and apparently Fe-dom
    That's Fe talk right there, miss

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    Quote Originally Posted by garbage View Post
    That's Fe talk right there, miss
    Actually, I consider it head-ache reducing talk

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    Group B was easy for me to identify.

    Difficult for me to choose between 2 and 3, as parts of both describe me.
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    I got TeNi. I didn't find the descriptions leapt out at me, so picked best fit.



    Interesting test. Will have to research my result more when I have time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    Actually, dichotomies and functions aren't as separate as you seem to suggest. In this test, the first question measures the dichotomies in terms of F/T and N/S, and the second the orientation of those dichotomies.
    Studies on MBTI do seem to suggest they are not the same thing. I didn't just randomly pull this idea from my ass. I wouldn't think this works out any better for Socionics than for MBTI.

    The second question in this test checks for the temperaments only: Ej, Ip, Ij, Ep.

    So it does not test for function orientations.


    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    You clearly didn't understand my post, and don't know what you're talking about.
    I understood your post just fine; and if you are incapable of responding to my points that shows it's actually you who doesn't know what they're talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity- View Post
    Studies on MBTI do seem to suggest they are not the same thing. I didn't just randomly pull this idea from my ass. I wouldn't think this works out any better for Socionics than for MBTI.

    The second question in this test checks for the temperaments only: Ej, Ip, Ij, Ep.

    So it does not test for function orientations.

    Ep = Pe dom, Ej = Je dom, Ip = Pi dom and Ij = Ji dom. And the first question tests for preferred N/S and F/T. And put together, those two questions suggest functions.

    It's not that eccentric. I'm not saying the test directly looks for functions but dichotomies + temperaments and functions aren't completely unrelated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity- View Post
    I understood your post just fine...
    No, you clearly didn't.

    Your "response" was a bunch of irrelevant, poorly written tripe that showed you have a very weak handle on typology.

    ...and if you are incapable of responding to my points that shows it's actually you who doesn't know what they're talking about.
    Try actually slinging together a few sentences that wouldn't get you a D on a 4th grade English test, and maybe I'll respond.

    When the few sentences you do offer are an utter incoherent mess, it usually means your thoughts are as well.

    And what senza said to you above is accurate; you, once again, are misguided.

    Notice how the test even puts the function combinations in the results?

    It's cuz the functions are implied by the answers to the test.

    http://m.dictionary.com/definition/implied
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