• DCNH

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    This article contains Viktor Gulenko's descriptions of the four DCNH subtypes that have been translated from one of his blog entries. These are the links to his original posts: Dominant subtype, Creative subtype, Normalizing subtype, Harmonizing subtype ...
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    System of DCNH Subtypes
    Viktor Gulenko, 2006. подтипов: система DCNH
    Original text: DCNH: System of DCNH Subtypes

    1. The problem of intra-type differences

    Why are people of same socionics type so different? This question has long perplexed every sober-minded practitioner of socionics. How can two people of the same psychological system, that has an identical structure, demonstrate such different examples of behavior when encountered with same life situations?

    Conduct a simple experiment. Gather 3-4 people of a single socionics type, it is unimportant which type and which socionics specialist has determined their types. Give them any accessible task (e.g. a jointly solved intellectual puzzle or a situation that they need to play out) and then observe their behavior. You will see that in spite of them having identical types, some of them will be more active, others more passive, some will be more resourceful, others more conservative, and so on. ...
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    [Translator's Note: This is part of a longer article on the DCNH subtypes by Vera Borisova, which can be found here. The following is a description of the four DCNH subtypes. I am still not certain of the translation of the words and phrases which are highlighted in red.]


    1. Dominant
    I came, I saw, I conquered.





    The brightest, most vivid subtype -- within the limits of type, and in general.

    Most similar of all to his type's description. Nuance: the Dominant introvert is more extraverted (especially not in a socionics understanding, but in Eysenck’s understanding, i.e. lively, sociable, and outgoing), but still displays pronounced characteristic features of his type. If the normal introvert, upon getting tired of communicating, will just go "hide in a corner", the Dominant will drive everyone away and still be grumbling loudly, saying, "Everyone keeps walking around here!"

    He is the most realized, especially in the socio-cultural sphere; I think that most famous people, i.e. well-known actors, writers, politicians, etc. fall into the Dominant subtype.
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