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    Socionics - Wikipedia Even though it's a wiki page, this was recommended to me as a good resource for socionics. There's not a lot of information on this thread about yourself, but you seemed like an INFP from what I've seen from you thus far, so I'd look into IEI and EII. They're the most common "equivalents" for INFP. If you're set on ISTJ, SLI and LSI are the ways to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RooibosKrayfish View Post
    Socionics - Wikipedia Even though it's a wiki page, this was recommended to me as a good resource for socionics. There's not a lot of information on this thread about yourself, but you seemed like an INFP from what I've seen from you thus far, so I'd look into IEI and EII. They're the most common "equivalents" for INFP. If you're set on ISTJ, SLI and LSI are the ways to go.
    ISTJ is tentative. I just know that I'm on the Ne-Si and Fi-Te axis (although possibly Ti-Fe).

    I wouldn't say that someone is necessarily the Socionics equivalent of their MBTI type. Sure, they were based around the same theory but in the end, they're two different theories. An ESFP in MBTI wouldn't necessarily be an ESFp in Socionics. There is some variation.

    The idea of this thread was that it would be more of an open FAQ, which is why there isn't much starting information, but nobody really picked up on that so the thread became the messy and cluttered jumble of words it is now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Introspector View Post
    ISTJ is tentative. I just know that I'm on the Ne-Si and Fi-Te axis (although possibly Ti-Fe).

    I wouldn't say that someone is necessarily the Socionics equivalent of their MBTI type. Sure, they were based around the same theory but in the end, they're two different theories. An ESFP in MBTI wouldn't necessarily be an ESFp in Socionics. There is some variation.

    The idea of this thread was that it would be more of an open FAQ, which is why there isn't much starting information, but nobody really picked up on that so the thread became the messy and cluttered jumble of words it is now.

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    Well yeah, I'd agree with that. The information elements and the cognitive functions, while bearing their similarities, are interpreted very differently in the two theories. I sort of just mentioned the more common type combinations.

    Idk though, looking for your PoLR function might be a good place to start if you're looking for your type. It might help you figure out whether your an ethical or logical type based on the theory and might shed some light on some of your stronger information elements.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RooibosKrayfish View Post
    Well yeah, I'd agree with that. The information elements and the cognitive functions, while bearing their similarities, are interpreted very differently in the two theories. I sort of just mentioned the more common type combinations.

    Idk though, looking for your PoLR function might be a good place to start if you're looking for your type. It might help you figure out whether your an ethical or logical type based on the theory and might shed some light on some of your stronger information elements.
    What is a PoLR function?
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    Bump again
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    This thread was interesting. Buump.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RGBCMYK View Post
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    Bump. Having some doubts because I feel like I may use Ne too much to be n Ne-inf. Any thoughts?

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