Based on the profiles here:
Look for the "types" and then MBTI. The Myers-Briggs profiles include one by David Keirsey at bottom.
When talking about relationships, Keirsey has the following suggestions for likely best matches:
- ESFJ: ISTP
- ENFJ: INTP
- ENFP: ISTJ and INTJ
- ENTJ: ISFP and INFP
- ENTP: ISFJ and INFJ
- ESTP: ISFJ
- ESTJ: ISFP and INFP
- ESFP: ISTJ and INTJ
So, IF Keirsey were looking at the same groups of people as socionics, that would mean that for some reason he observed the opposite of socionics - he actually thinks that supervision and conflict are the best relationships.
Can that be the case?
Was Keirsey simply talking out of his ass regarding relationships?
Were the individuals he actually observed not really of the "corresponding" socionics types? Some of his ENTJs were indeed LIEs, but his INFPs were actually EIIs? Etc etc etc