Here is an article from the Korean Herald which includes a survery asking single men their preference when it comes to choosing an ideal mate. The survey included men from over 120 difference countries around the world and was conducted over a four year period.
Here we have a rather conclusive statement that men choose a woman for her looks first and her personality second. Since socionics is a personality psychology, therefore it is secondary in importance to appearances when men choose an ideal mate. Gulenko makes a statement supporting this claim: "there must be a minimal mutual attraction".
The implications are that women who are educated in socionics should take this into consideration. A single man will be primarily focused on appearance and personality second, even if they happen to be duals. Meaning socionics is a circumstantial phenomena. It occurs only on the basis of a precondition, that is 'mutual attraction'. Personally speaking, we have to consider that men have different tastes when it comes to physical attraction. Which means the same woman can be a perfect 10 to one man but a measly 5 to another man simply due to personal tastes, i.e. some men prefer brunettes to blondes, etc.
Likewise, the implications for men who are educated in socioincs should also take this into consideration. Without pretense, I'm sure many people have witnessed men who fall for beautiful women only to end up in troublesome relationships. Their first instinctual appetite has been met in that they are with an attractive woman but between the both of them their personalities do not mesh well.
I can conclude two consequences to be avoided: Never choose someone based on appearance alone. Never choose someone based on personality alone. A man should have enough good sense to realize that when he likes the women's body without liking her personality, he is making an error. A woman should realize that her physical attributes matter more to men than her personality, therefore she must be flexible enough to appeal to male sensibilities without sacrificing her personality. Far too many women expect men to like them for their personalities alone without considering their physical attributes, they too are making an error.