1. (potentially dumb) subtype question

Bear with me if this is obvious but I'm just trying to get it straight in my head.

So if you have an SLE-Ti, they're going to display less Fe than an SLE-Se.

An IEI-Ni will display less Se than an IEI-Fe.

Is this correct?

2. Originally Posted by redbaron
Bear with me if this is obvious but I'm just trying to get it straight in my head.

So if you have an SLE-Ti, they're going to display less Fe than an SLE-Se.

An IEI-Ni will display less Se than an IEI-Fe.

Is this correct?
rather good but difficult question.

I've haven't read anything about it, so I can only talk from my own small experience on this subject...

First of all, I don't think it's about 'displaying', rather 'welcoming'.

IEI-Ni will welcome Se more. IEI-Fe will welcome Ti more.

3. Originally Posted by redbaron
Bear with me if this is obvious but I'm just trying to get it straight in my head.

So if you have an SLE-Ti, they're going to display less Fe than an SLE-Se.

An IEI-Ni will display less Se than an IEI-Fe.

Is this correct?
That sounds about right to me. My mom, who I now believe is SLE-ti exhibits very little Fe but doesn't shy away from it either. The IEI-ni's I know rarely ever show Fe to the point that I confuse them for ILI. And, a friend of mine who is IEI-Fe is extremely pushy with just about everyone she knows.

4. Originally Posted by redbaron
Bear with me if this is obvious but I'm just trying to get it straight in my head.

So if you have an SLE-Ti, they're going to display less Fe than an SLE-Se.

An IEI-Ni will display less Se than an IEI-Fe.

Is this correct?
I think it is correct. Irrationals seem more inclined towards psychological alignment/continuity... so, a natural focus on a field function will relate to its counterpart, to allow for this (i.e. SLE-Ti focusing more on Ni). It's different with rationals, since their psyches seem to be structured in a way that engenders a more polarized focus; you would get an EIE-Ni displaying more Se than Ti. This isn't just based on temperaments though; it factors into quadra progression.

Example: Betas. J-sub rationals–>J-sub irrationals–>P-sub rationals–>P-sub irrationals

The shift in functional focus illustrates the movement from alpha to gamma. An Fe-IEI will have a transmission of Fe–>Se, which complements an Se-LSI who transmits Se–>Ni, which in turn compliments Ni-IEI who transmits Ni–>Ti. It's sort of a lengthy process; I might detail it more in Gilly's thread.

5. Originally Posted by redbaron
Bear with me if this is obvious but I'm just trying to get it straight in my head.

So if you have an SLE-Ti, they're going to display less Fe than an SLE-Se.

An IEI-Ni will display less Se than an IEI-Fe.

Is this correct?
That's how I usually view it, though it varies between subtype systems. With the Model X subtypes, this actually differs between Rational and Irrational types (but really the Model X j/p is like Model A subtypes and vise-versa...).

6. If you read all the subtype description and compare them, you can see that each and every type whose subtype is the leading function has a bigger hidden agenda in their description, all of them. it goes with SLE-Ti/SLE-SE, ENFj-Fe/ENFJ-NI. so yes, leading subtype has bigger emphasis on producing their hidden agenda.

An IEI-Ni will display less Se than an IEI-Fe.
I don't know about dual seeking tho.

7. Originally Posted by redbaron
Bear with me if this is obvious but I'm just trying to get it straight in my head.

So if you have an SLE-Ti, they're going to display less Fe than an SLE-Se.

An IEI-Ni will display less Se than an IEI-Fe.

Is this correct?
Not necessarily.

Shouldn't be overly dwelt upon though. Instead consider:
An IEI-Ni will display less attention towards Si than an IEI-Fe
An IEI-Fe will display less of a desire/need for others to provide Se than an IEI-Ni
An IEI-Fe will display a stronger vulnerability to Te than an IEI-Ni

8. Originally Posted by misutii
Not necessarily.

Shouldn't be overly dwelt upon though. Instead consider:
An IEI-Ni will display less attention towards Si than an IEI-Fe
An IEI-Fe will display less of a desire/need for others to provide Se than an IEI-Ni
An IEI-Fe will display a stronger vulnerability to Te than an IEI-Ni
this sounds right, and with good face validity.

9. Originally Posted by redbaron
Bear with me if this is obvious but I'm just trying to get it straight in my head.

So if you have an SLE-Ti, they're going to display less Fe than an SLE-Se.

An IEI-Ni will display less Se than an IEI-Fe.

Is this correct?
sounds right to me

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