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In this way, I believe introverts would either be logical--and thus turn away from the social sphere, or be ethical, and keep track of individual links between people.
As extraverts inherently understand the world as being a set with discrete objects, they are able to store more than 150 individual entries.
What I've been trying to do before this is figure out group size/movement for the various quadras. Since that's unlikely to happen, here I am!
Alphas: ESEs tend to have a superficial association with a wide array of people.
Betas: EIEs tend to rally people around a cause.
Deltas: IEEs naturally are highly mobile and good networkers.
Gammas: SEEs are highly mobile?
I don't like either of the Decisive quadras for this. I really need your input, guys!