A beautiful example of how the gap between Socionics (as a proto-science) and other behavioral and social sciences can be bridged (in response to Jarno's therad on Socionics' status as a science and Tcaud's thread on how to advance Socionics):
Passionate politics: emotions and social movements by Jeff Goodwin,James M. Jasper and Francesca Polletta.
Goodwin, Jasper and Polletta propose (for the purposes of their book), that there are two dimensions to emotions: how long emotions last and the object of emotions.
The first dimension is about how long emotions last: long term vs. short term emotions, also called affective and reactive emotions.
affective emotions (long term): hate, love, compassion, sympathy, respect, trust, loyalty, moral outrage, dread, resignation, cynicism, shame, paranoia, suspicion, optimism, pride, enthusiasm
reactive emotions (short term): fright, startle, surprise, shock, anger, grief, sorrow, anxiety, joy, euphoria, depression
Now do I recognize Fi and Fe in these descriptions? What are the implications for understanding Fi and Fe that we do not already know explicitly?