These are meant to be true/false questions. I was hoping people could answer some or all them (and say why they answered as they did). I don't have the "answers" and it is more about discussing the differences anyway.
1. Ethical types are better at controlling and/or regulating their emotions than logical types.
2. Logical types are more likely to try to control their emotions than ethical types.
3. Not all ethical types feel comfortable with emotional expression.
4. Logical types are more likely to feel emotionally insecure than ethical types.
5. Ethical types generally feel they understand how others are feeling and feel comfortable with that more so than logical types.
6. A person's ability to understand her or himself isn't particularly related to whether s/he is an ethical type or a logical type.
7. Logical types are more likely to isolate themselves from others than ethical types, especially if they are also introverted.
8. Ethical types are generally better at managing their own stress and emotional upheavals than logical types are.
9. Logical types are more likely to take things "personally" than ethical types.
10. Ethical types are more likely to get lost in their emotions (even to their detriment) than logical types.
11. Logical types are prone to analyzing humor.
12. Ethical types tend to use emotion in a deliberate way and are unlikely to fly off the handle.
13. A person's capacity to care for others, to feel sympathy or compassion, or to empathize with others is largely unrelated to whether he or she is a logical type or an ethical type.
14. Logical types do not like to feel emotions and may wish they didn't have to.
15. Ethical types are bad at logical reasoning.
16. Logical types feel less than ethical types do.
17. Ethical types are more idealistic than logical types.
18. Logical types struggle with morality and may have difficulty differentiating "right" from "wrong," or may feel that these are just societal norms that came about rather arbitrarily.
19. Ethical types think in terms of "right" and "wrong," but logical types don't.
20. Logical types are more likely to overreact than ethical types.
21. It isn't possible for an ethical type to "feel too much," but a logical type will become very unbalanced if s/he has to be emotional for too long. Conversely, ethical types become unbalanced when they have to think for long periods of time.
22. Ethical types think that logic is irrelevant.
23. Logical types are blind to the motivations behind people's actions if those motives are not logical. They are then more susceptible to emotional manipulation and may even think that others are often trying to manipulate them emotionally.
24. Ethical types exist to provide moral support for logical types. They need not fulfill any other role, and will often be content with simply supporting others emotionally.
25. Logical types are generally more paranoid than ethical types.
26. Most ethical types are adept at helping others with their emotional problems.
27. Logical types are more likely to have emotional problems than ethical types.
28. Ethical types are more likely to be religious than logical types.
29. Logical types are prone to feel under confident about their intellectual abilities when depressed or under pressure.
30. Ethical types are more likely to act rashly off of their emotions than logical types.
31. Logical types are more likely to have sadistic thoughts than ethical types.
32. Ethical types are more manipualtive than logical types.
33. Logical types tend to be more honest than ethical types.