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    Quote Originally Posted by Saberstorm View Post
    I did a search, nobody made a thread typing her. So what is she?

    I think she is soft like an Alpha or a Delta.

    She seems Merry... that would narrow it to Alpha. However...

    I am not all that firm in my judgement here. There could even be a wildly small chance of her being a IEI.

    Go for it, what is she? Munenori2 has a lot of pictures of her on his profile page.
    so basically, you have no fucking clue? haha
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    ESE-Si.
    Could be LSE-Si. Anyways xSE-Si.
    Too obvious. F/Te base Ne HA. Cool type for activation. I know very similar person.
    Never a dull encounter.
    I think she uses lots of demonstrative Se.
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    she kind of vibes like dolphin. grounded Ep with a streak of mischievousness and too saccharine for the other Se base type. probably so/sx

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    Am I the only one considering LSE ?
    "The final delusion is the belief that one has lost all delusion."

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    LSI LSI LSI LSI!!!
    Or...IEI.

    Immediately struck me.

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    SLI.

    What you mistake as IEI or "merry" are her Super-Ego functions.

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    at this point i'm convinced no one has any idea wtf they're talking about.

    SLE > ILE. Reminds me of Kate Winslet.

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    ExTp
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    not a sle. too prissy.

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    More like LSE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darya View Post
    More like LSE.
    She gives me "not beta" vibes. Her energy has always felt heavy to me. I do not think I would enjoy spending time with her one on one for some reason. I had someone compare me to Hermione once and it annoyed me. They later changed their perception and compared me to Luna.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aylen View Post
    She gives me "not beta" vibes. Her energy has always felt heavy to me.
    Because she's SLI.

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    so many emma watson typings are based on the character Hermione. /bitchfest

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    Quote Originally Posted by SisOfNight View Post
    Because she's SLI.
    That's kind of funny because I was just talking to someone about my post in the Si thread. I told them I thought my doctor was SLI. I got a similar feeling from my doctor. Like she was heavy. I am not saying heavy in a bad way. Just denser more solid energy.

    Re: Hermione typings

    All I feel from the Hermione character is that she was a logical, type A personality. I do not really have a typing for Emma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aylen View Post

    Re: Hermione typings

    All I feel from the Hermione character is that she was a logical, type A personality. I do not really have a typing for Emma.
    I actually think both Hermione and Emma are SLI, just that Hermione is the Te subtype. I don't see a specific subtype for Emma, but perhaps she has no distinct one or is actually the Si one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aylen View Post
    She gives me "not beta" vibes. Her energy has always felt heavy to me. I do not think I would enjoy spending time with her one on one for some reason. I had someone compare me to Hermione once and it annoyed me. They later changed their perception and compared me to Luna.
    She seems uptight and all proper, an annoying type A that reminds the teacher about the homework : ) . She is sweet/tolerable enough in some interviews though. Not SLE in any way imo, I see her as LSE 1w2 combo or something like that. If not LSE, I'd go with LSI actually.

    Edit: She seems like she pretty much plays herself in HP (jk, maybe she's the complete opposite and she just looks like she has a broom up her ass. Or maybe it's just the posh accent : D ).

    http://perezhilton.com/2014-05-27-em...y#.VZBb0fmqqko

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    I basically immediately thought LSE for her too.
    @Aylen

    The nicest things anyone ever said about me was "I think you're Luna Lovegood with the good parts of Hermione."

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    WTF is with the SLE typings? LSI -- stiff as a fucking board.

    Maybe LSE and a slight chance of SLI.

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    My guess: self preservational 6 (phobic) / IEE – SEI area (leaning more towards SEI) Edit: sp/so

    I watched and read some interviews. It was a close call, but I decided for sp 6 and against 1 as a core type. Emma Watson has a very warm and bubbly quality. I personally don‘t find her high charged or stiff. I looked through
    her pictures and if you concentrate on her eyes, you see, that they have a very warm quality, she is very ... bambi like - puppy dog eyes.

    To contrast a LSE 1 and a SEI 6, some clips from the show Gilmore Girls. Paris Gellar is a LSE 1 so/sp. Rory is a SEI 6 sp/so. Other- oriented LSE 1s can be hardcore competency testers. E.g.
    this scene. Some of them also talk like a freight train, talking you down, spewing whatever they have prepared to say out in staccato tone. Like in this scene. There is a more verbal abusive tone with them, when they get into this mode. It doesn’t have to be all the time, but they can whip it out effortlessly. I don’t sense this quality in Emma at all. Like that she could be that hardcore tester, bordering on verbal abusive.

    Rory on the other hand is the perfectionistic phobic 6. ‚teachers pet‘ not acting against authority. She has the bambi quality. Paris even makes remarks in the show about Rory's puppy dog eyes. She has this non threatening aura, and people don’t turn against her. Complete opposite of Paris. It’s an inherent quality in Rory. That’s why she can even get along with Paris. She just has a non threatening, warm aura. Emma is the same for me. She is just not channeling a lot of the energy, that I connect with 1s. Look at these pictures of
    Emmas graduation from Brown and of Rory Gilmore. For me they both channel the same energy (note: using the photos, because I think Alexis Bledel, the actress, who plays Rory, is also an sp 6).

    Now to make clear what I see as 1 Energy. 1 have an anger block and by extension an emotion block. Because the energy of the anger is not flowing out, it builds up and accumulates inside. That gives them a more high charged quality. 1s are often called as 'the perfectionist' in profiles. In
    this article they propose 3 types of perfectionists. Self oriented, self prescribed and other – oriented.

    Self-oriented perfectionists set exceedingly high standards for themselves and strive to meet them. By contrast, socially prescribed perfectionists feel the high standards they wish to meet have been set by others; this type of perfectionist believes acceptance by others is conditional upon meeting such standards. [...] Yet, one final style of perfectionism also exists: those who are other-oriented, as the name indicates, expect others to be perfect and they become critical when others fail to meet such expectations.
    Now I tried to match up these with the some examples and instincts.**

    I type Nina Sayers (Black Swan) and Andrew Nyman (Whiplash) as self
    – preservation/sexual 1s for example. Self preservational instincts makes them more self oriented, directing most of the high charged energy onto themselves. Both films show how self - preservational 1s can act out, when they are stuck in a really unhealthy mindset. 1 are ideal oriented types. But people are not perfect. Both characters start to take their perceived failure out on themselves. Giving them a self destructive and reactive streak (1s connection to 4). They slip into an extremely unhealthy 4 state. Re. Reactivity – deep down 1 can resent the authority figure deeply, when they feel they get pushed too much, they can start to lash out. [x] (last 30 sec). They can also become indulgent (drinking, food) or indulge in escapism (drugs, partying) – connection to 7. So unhealthy 1 can start to live out unhealthy states of 4 and 7.

    [1] end scenes of both films.
    [x] (esp. last 5 min), [x]. Look at their faces. absolutely tense, the high charged energy (amplified because of the blocking and controlling beforehand) is really palpable now, they start to let loose, sublimate the energy into action, it‘s building, building, accumulating and then BAM, they reach the peak, their moment, the short glimpse of their perfection – and then they get absolute relaxed. You see how they took it out on themselves, in order to reach whatever they deem as perfect.

    Example of an machiavellian and other oriented perfectionist is Amy (Gone Girl). I typed her as a sexual
    1. They bleed this high charged energy out into the intimate area, and direct it onto their partners or another intimate relation. Post here: [x]. Another example of an other oriented 1 is Terrence Fletcher, the bald guy in Whiplash. I type him as LSE sexual/social 1. Look at this clip. He is, like Paris, a hardcore competency tester. In another scene he calls out someone different for not playing correctly. He asked the guy, if he thinks, he is out of tune and that guy is so afraid, that he says yes. Fletcher throws him out, and tells the other people in the room, that that guy wasn’t out of tune, but if he doesn’t know the difference, he deserves to be thrown out – hardcore competency tester. This trait is really evident in ST 1s.

    * these were all rather extreme examples to make the distinctions and differences clearer

    ** note: I didn't mean to draw a strict correlation, so or sx 1 -> not necessarily an other oriented perfectionist, also perfectionist -> not necessarily E1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevra View Post
    My guess: self preservational 6 (phobic) / IEE – SEI area (leaning more towards SEI)

    I watched and read some interviews. It was a close call but I decided for sp 6 and against 1 as a core type. Emma Watson has a very warm and bubbly quality. I personally don‘t find her high charged or stiff. I looked through
    her pictures and if you concentrate on her eyes, you see that they have a warm quality, she is very ... bambi - puppy dog eyes.

    To contrast an LSE 1 and a SEI 6 some clips of the show Gilmore Girls. Paris Gellar is a LSE social E1. Rory is a SEI self-preservational E6. Some LSE E1 are hardcore competency testers. E.g.
    this scene. Some of them also talk like a freight train, talking you down, spewing whatever they have prepared to say out in staccato tone. Like in this scene. There is a more verbal abusive tone with them, when they get into this mode. It doesn’t have to be all the time but they can whip it out effortlessly. I don’t sense this quality in Emma at all. Like that she could be that hardcore tester, bordering on verbal abusive.

    Rory on the other hand is the perfectionistic phobic 6. ‚teachers pet‘ not acting against authority. She has the bambi quality. Paris even remarks in the show about Rory puppy dog eyes. She has this non threatening aura, and people don’t turn against her. Complete opposite of Paris. It’s an inherent quality in Rory. That’s why she even can get along with Paris. She just has this non threatening, warm aura. Emma is the same for me. She is just not channeling a lot of the energy that I connect with 1s. Look at these pictures of
    Emmas graduation from Brown and of Rory Gilmore. For me they both channel the same energy.

    Now to make clear what I see as 1 Energy. 1 have an anger block and by extension an emotion block. Because the energy of the anger is not flowing out it builds up and accumulates inside. That give them a more high charged quality. 1 are often called as perfectionist in profiles. In
    this article they propose 3 types of perfectionists. Self- oriented, self prescribed and other – oriented.



    Now I tried to match up these with the some examples and instincts.

    I type Nina Sayers (Black Swan) and Andrew Nyman (Whiplash) as self preservational 1s for example. Self preservational instincts makes them more self oriented, directing most of the high charged energy onto themselves. Both Films show how self - preservational 1s can act out when they are stuck in a really unhealthy mindset. 1 are ideal oriented types. But people are not perfect . Both characters start to take their perceived failure out on themselves. Giving them a self destructive and reactive streak (1s connection to 4). They slip into an extremely unhealthy 4 state. Reactivity – deep down 1 can resent the authority figure, when they feel they get pushed too much, they can start to act out.
    [x] (last 30 sec). They can also become indulgent (drinking, food) or indulge in escapism (drugs, partying) – connection to 7. So unhealthy 1 can start to live out unhealthy states of 4 and 7.

    [1] end scenes of both films.
    [x] (esp. last 5 min), [x]. Look at their faces. absolutely tense, the high charged energy (amplified because of the blocking and controlling beforehand) is really palpable now, they start to let loose, sublimate the energy into action, it‘s building, building, accumulating and then BAM, they reach the peak, their moment, the short glimpse of their perfection – and then they get absolute relaxed. You see how they took it out on themselves in order to reach whatever they deem as perfect.

    Example of an machavillian and other oriented perfectionist is Amy (Gone Girl). I typed her as a sexual 1. They bleed this high charged energy out into the intimate area, and direct it onto their partners or another intimate relation. Post here: [
    x]. Another example of an other oriented E1 is Terrence Fletcher, the bald guy in Whiplash. I type him as LSE sexual 1. Look at this clip. He is, like Paris, a hardcore competency tester. In another scene he calls out someone different for not playing correctly. He asked they guy if he thinks he is out of tune and that guy is so afraid that he says yes. Fletcher throws him out, and tells the other people in the room, that that guy wasn’t out of tune, but if he doesn’t know the difference, he deserves to be thrown out – hardcore competency tester. This trait is really evident in ST 1s.

    *these were all extreme examples to make the distinctions and differences clearer
    I agree with ST compentency testing, most evident in the extroverts.

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    I'd vote on: well adjusted LSI

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    LSE-Si, the Matt Damon subtype

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