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    I would like to talk about counssious and subconchious functions of the type and namely what functions are considered as concsious and subconcsious? I didn't grasp the idea of Hugo's theory and please, can anybody find and post the original source: What socionics say about it.
    I would like to check it out.
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    You can find an explanation of the model A(standard socionics model functional structure) here:

    http://www.socioniko.net/en/1.1.types/index-type.html
    http://www.the16types.info/models.php


    On that first one you gotta scroll down the page with all the pictures till you reach the bottom and it gives you the link to the page that expains model A. I hope that helps.

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    Thanks to Cheerio for help. Socioniko is an interesting site but portraits there are so different that it is difficult to see the face pattern.

    I refreshed my knowledge about conshious and subconscious functions. What is the difference in Hugo theory? May be Hugo or somebody could explain it in more detail?
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    Thanks to Blake for the link. It is a lot of info to diagest. I will take my time and come back to it later.
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