I recently wrote a paragraph under wikisocion about it, but it is now deleted by niffweed as he thought that it was incorrect. It goes something like this:
"On first impression, EIIs might not appear "friendly" in a Fe sense. They tend to treat others according to the type of relationships they have with them. For instance, when the EII bump into an acquaintance whom they met only once or a few times, they tend not to acknowledge them because the EII feel that they do not know each other well and she is unsure about how to present herself to someone whom she isn't familiar with. Moreover, the EII is also not keen and adept in having small talks. As such, the EII's behaviour can give the others the wrong impression that the EII is been "cold" and reserved. Given that EIIs tend not to be proactive in getting to know new people, they can be slow in forming friendships at the beginning. However, as others get to know them better in the long run, they tend to form steady and long-lasting friendships."
Another paragraph which I wanted to add before I realize that niffweed deleted my previous paragraph:
"When arguing with people, the EII is not afraid to step down just to please others. She hates to be misunderstood and she feels a strong need to defend herself when she feels that she has been wronged. Even when the other party is at the verge of anger, she still insists on fighting for her own rights and to prove that she is right. To put it negatively, she can be considered stubborn. However, the EII ultimately finds it more important to justify that something is right rather than leave a matter rest and uncorrected."
I have discussed both descriptions with niffweed before and he finds that these are behaviours which are characteristic of IEI. However, I don't see how these behaviours are inconsistent with Fe been a 7th function. Admittedly, I wrote these descriptions partly with myself in mind.
I am not trying to dispute niffweed and said that he is downright wrong since I believe that he definitely reads up more about socionics than I do. I am interested to know why this isn't Fe as a 7th function.