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    Default Inert/Contact and Adjacent Quadra Values

    I found this table elsewhere in the forum.

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    Alpha

    Ne-ILE, DC, Extravert, Ne-Fe; "ILE, Beta NF Inert subtype"
    Ti-ILE, NH, Introvert, Ti-Si; "ILE, Delta ST Contact subtype"

    Si-SEI, NH, Introvert, Si-Ti; "SEI, Beta ST Inert subtype"
    Fe-SEI, DC, Extravert, Fe-Ne; "SEI, Delta NF Contact subtype"

    Fe-ESE, DC, Extravert, Fe-Ne; "ESE, Delta NF Inert subtype"
    Si-ESE, NH, Introvert, Si-Ti; "ESE, Beta ST Contact subtype"

    Ti-LII, NH, Introvert, Ti-Si; "LII, Delta ST Inert subtype"
    Ne-LII, DC, Extravert, Ne-Fe; "LII, Beta NF Contact subtype"

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    Beta

    Fe-EIE, DC, Extravert, Fe-Se; "EIE, Gamma SF Inert subtype"
    Ni-EIE, NH, Introvert, Ni-Ti; "EIE, Alpha NT Contact subtype"

    Ti-LSI, NH, Introvert, Ti-Ni; "LSI, Gamma NT Inert subtype"
    Se-LSI, DC, Extravert, Se-Fe; "LSI, Alpha SF Contact subtype"

    Se-SLE, DC, Extravert, Se-Fe; "SLE, Alpha SF Inert subtype"
    Ti-SLE, NH, Introvert, Ti-Ni; "SLE, Gamma NT Contact subtype"

    Ni-IEI, NH, Introvert, Ni-Ti; "IEI, Alpha NT Inert subtype"
    Fe-IEI, DC, Extravert, Fe-Se; "IEI, Gamma SF Contact subtype"

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    Gamma

    Se-SEE, DC, Extravert, Se-Te; "SEE, Delta ST Inert subtype"
    Fi-SEE, NH, Introvert, Fi-Ni; "SEE, Beta NF Contact subtype"

    Ni-ILI, NH, Introvert, Ni-Fi; "ILI, Delta NF Inert subtype"
    Te-ILI, DC, Extravert, Te-Se; "ILI, Beta ST Contact subtype"

    Te-LIE, DC, Extravert, Te-Se, "LIE, Beta ST Inert subtype"
    Ni-LIE, NH, Introvert, Ni-Fi, "LIE, Delta NF Contact subtype"

    Fi-ESI, NH, Introvert, Fi-Ni; "ESI, Beta NF Inert subtype"
    Se-ESI, DC, Extravert, Se-Te; "ESI, Delta ST Contact subtype"

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    Delta

    Te-LSE, DC, Extravert, Te-Ne; "LSE, Alpha NT Inert subtype"
    Si-LSE, NH, Introvert, Si-Fi; "LSE, Gamma SF Contact subtype"

    Fi-EII, NH, Introvert, Fi-Si; "EII, Alpha SF Inert subtype"
    Ne-EII, DC, Extravert, Ne-Te; "EII, Gamma NT Contact subtype"

    Ne-IEE, DC, Extravert, Ne-Te; "IEE, Gamma NT Inert subtype"
    Fi-IEE, NH, Introvert, Fi-Si; "IEE, Alpha SF Contact subtype"

    Si-SLI, NH, Introvert, Si-Fi; "SLI, Gamma SF Inert subtype"
    Te-SLI, DC, Extravert, Te-Ne; "SLI, Alpha NT Contact subtype"


    I'm really confused by this. Does a "Beta NF" subtype, for example, mean this type of ILE acts like an IEI/EIE, or that this type of ILE would have better intertype relations with Betas NFs than with Delta STs?

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    Woe, this is old school forum theorizing. I do not know if you should trust this chart. It could be made by one of us, it is not Gulenko or Augusta or any name-level Socionics person's theory... use at your own risk...
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whoobie77 View Post
    I'm really confused by this. Does a "Beta NF" subtype, for example, mean this type of ILE acts like an IEI/EIE, or that this type of ILE would have better intertype relations with Betas NFs than with Delta STs?
    Inert subtypes stress the activating function, contact - the suggestive function.

    For Inert subtype, ILE-Ne, this places more stress on their activating Fe, an ethical function, which make inert subtype closer to the NF club, hence the author called it the "Beta NF subtype".

    For Contact subtype, ILE-Ti, the stress goes on their suggestive Si, a sensing function, hence the author called it "Delta ST subtype".

    It's an arbitrary reshuffling of some labels that doesn't offer much new insight. May seem confusing at first, but it's actually easily derivable from contact/inert subtypes, if you consider how these subtypes affect function potential across type's model.

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