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    by Published on 07-24-2015 12:22 AM     Number of Views: 20326 
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    Socionics: humanitarian, social, political, and information intellectual technologies of the 21st century.

    Bukalov A.V.

    Published in "Socionics, mentology and personality psychology", N 1 (2000).
    Original article
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    by Published on 11-03-2014 04:40 AM  Number of Views: 11876 
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    Classification of Art Movements by Quadra



    Art and Socionics: http://spiritualinart.tumblr.com/

    Some very tentative classifications. Some of these movements could easily be considered cross-quadra. ...
    by Published on 08-04-2012 01:28 AM     Number of Views: 15085 
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    The Centripetal Law of Communication.
    Estimate Your Chances in Business Competition


    Victor Gulenko, April 25, 1998, Kiev.
    Translated by Dmitri Lytov, December 2005.
    Translator’s notes are given in italics.




    Even possessing enormous capacities of memorization, our brain “prefers” to compress information in order to fit it into the narrow space of our operational attention. The volume of unconscious information is huge, but our consciousness can master it only through consolidation into comparatively small number of rationally convoluted concepts.

    Only in course of time and with some galling experience many business people acquire a simple set of criteria that allow evaluating people and situations. Growth of vital experience is inevitably accompanied with more compact convolution of information and mastering of operations of its qualitative processing. In this work I would like to show that typology, as a specific form of classification, helps to significantly accelerate this painful process.
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    by Published on 05-20-2012 05:23 AM     Number of Views: 16799 
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    [This is an excerpt from the book
    Socionics: Typology. Small Groups by Grigory Reinin, published in 2005. You can download the full text here.]


    Types of information metabolism and situations.


    An attempt to analyze behavior of people of different types of information metabolism in some typical situations might be presented as some kind of uniquely structured description of types, the latter being examined through the prism of interactions with the environment.

    To begin with, let us examine a spectrum of situations theoretically, taking into account the eight elements of information metabolism (IM):

    Positive subject intuition (+). Integrity of the inner situation: good, pleasant mood, harmony with the external world; fun, happiness; plunging in thought.

    Inverse subject intuition (-). Infringement of the inner peace: irritation, moral discomfort; internal contradictions.

    Positive objective intuition (+). Integrity of the environment: everything is known from beginning to end; the world as if rolls on straight tracks; there is a schedule; the world is predictable, people are predictable, too.

    Inverse objective intuition (-). Infringement of the integrity of environment: unexpectedness, breach of schedule; the result of events is unpredictable, or an unexpected event.

    Positive subjective sensing (+). Various bodily sensations: that of being strong and healthy, taste, color, smells. The practice of cleansing and healing techniques and diets; attention to health. Following fashions in the area of health.

    Inverse subjective sensing (-). Indisposition, pain, hunger, fatigue, unpleasant sensations of other origin.

    Positive objective sensing (+). Form, fashion, appearance. Movement, action, activity. Skills. Will.

    Inverse objective sensing (-). Beautiful/ugly (judgment). Physical violence, danger.

    Positive objective logic (+). External circumstances, events, facts. Personal space. Technology of arrangement. Statistics. The external world is the objective reality. Matter. Documents. Rules, laws. Material values. External social norms.

    Inverse objective logic (-). Loss of values, money. Infringement of the order. Natural disasters. Traffic jams. “Facts are the objective reality.” Numbers, statistics. Loss of territory. Car breakage; TV, home appliance breakage. Dirt in the hall on the carpet.

    Positive subject logic (+). Understanding, hierarchy, structure.

    Inverse subject logic (-). Difficult task; a challenge to the intellect. Necessity to figure out and understand.

    Positive objective ethics (+). External relationships. Relationships with people. People’s attitude to me. Negotiations. Meetings with friends. Fellowship with close ones.

    Inverse objective ethics (-). Conflicts. Intrigues. Slander. Quarrel with near and dear ones. Conflicts at work.

    Positive subject ethics (+). My attitude to people. Necessity to express my attitude, opinion, feelings of love. Pleasant/unpleasant. My evaluation of a thing, an object, a person.

    Inverse subject ethics (-). I abhor, reject, detest.


    Formally, this list can be regarded as an exhaustive one; however, at the same time it is rather abstract, remote from real life.

    Let us pick an example from the abundance of daily situations and examine the `0:00 ...
    by Published on 10-09-2011 04:49 PM     Number of Views: 9493 
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    Socionic "Masks": How They Hinder Us and Help Us
    Authors: Kamenev S. K., Prokofiev, T. N.
    Published: "Socionics, Mentology and Personality Psychology, 2009, № 6, p.10.
    http://www.sociobyuro.ru/articles/30...kie-maski.html


    Our society is set up so that, in certain situations in life, people put on a "mask" with the not always conscious goal of presenting themselves to others in a more favorable light. In this article we talk about what a "mask" is. In what situations do they hinder people, causing inconvenience and discomfort, and in which situations do they help people to interact with the environment and achieve their goals?

    Keywords: Socionics, TIM, "mask", intertype relationships, life challenges and problems, functions in the cells of Model A.

    A hypothesis from a number of people regarding the existence of "masks" was proposed long ago and confirmed by the studies of many socionists. In the works of different researchers, the "mask" acquired different names and slightly different shades of meaning, such as the "communicative model" (Vladimir Ermak), "socionic accentuation" (Semyon Churyumov), and the "accents of type" (Valentina Meged, Anatoly Ovcharov). The first mention of the existence of such a feature in people was by Karl Jung. In the introduction to "Psychological Types" [1] he wrote: "Under abnormal conditions, that is, where there is extremely strong and abnormal influence from their mothers, children can have violence done to their individual predispositions (relative to normal influence), which perhaps would choose another type, if not prevented by these abnormal external conditions."
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    by Published on 09-09-2011 03:01 AM  Number of Views: 10563 
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    Socionics Type and Intertype Statistics by Filatova



    Published by Ekaterina S. Filatova in "Socionics, Mentology, and Psychology of Personality", 2000, № 6.
    Wikisocion - Socionics Type and Intertype Relations Statistics by Filatova
    Wikisocion - E. Filatova's Socionics Publications
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    Abstract: This article outlines the results of a statistical study that was conducted on 105 families, numbering 299 people in total. Four main socionic dichotomies were examined and uneven distributions were found. The distribution of couples according to intertype relations and the socionics relations of children to their parents were also investigated. Some correlations were identified in the frequency of sociotypes among children in relation
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    by Published on 08-08-2011 01:56 PM     Number of Views: 3332 
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    War against Terrorism: New Challenges to Military Personnel Selection
    Sergey Lytaev*, Aleksandr Voronov**, Valeriy Nozdrachev**, Andrei Sinyukhin**,
    George Timoshinov**, Mikhail Savenkov*,**
    Institute for Informatics & Automation of the Russian Academy of Sciences*
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    by Published on 07-31-2011 03:22 AM     Number of Views: 4080 
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    Wanted to link this here.

    http://socionic.info/pdf/couples.pdf

    Bukalov A.V., Karpenko O.B., Chykyrysova G.V.

    Statistics of intertype relationships in married couples


    The study of socionic type allocation in casually selected married couples confirmed the main
    rules of the ...