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    Default Is TI more accurate than VI?

    TI means Tonal Identification (Sound)
    VI means Visual Identification (Sight)

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    I think that if you use machines that show graphs of sound patterns, Tonal ID will much more accurate than Visual ID.

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    If your using a graph it kinda becomes visual anyways then doesnt it? :wink:

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    Visual Idenification is different to the way you have explained. Visual identifcation is to do with looking at peoples faces and bodies to judge their type.

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    lol, I know I was joking.... I was hoping it wouldnt be taken litterly.

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    Why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    I think that if you use machines that show graphs of sound patterns, Tonal ID will much more accurate than Visual ID.

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    INTjs tend to have a voice that is not bold. An eSfj might have a voice that is bold. This is just a basic example.

    If sound methods are used to research type, I think that there will be a pattern among types. Once people can recognise voice patterns, they can then dertermne a person's type.

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