Block 1. Ethics - accepting, inert, strong
For Dreisers, information about values, morality, attitudes, qualities of people, their reactions and behavior is valuable and necessary for the perception of the world in itself. He does not use this information as a tool, since it is of self-sufficient value for him.
ESI tends to be very deeply immersed in thinking about the values of people and their behavior. In this area, he wants not only to receive information, but also to process it, creating new, his own attitudes - new ideas about morality, ethics, etiquette, which may come into conflict with external social attitudes.
This type assimilates a large amount of both his own and someone else's experience in the field of attitudes towards certain things, and this allows him to develop universal moral norms, taking into account many ethical factors.
BE - mental, boot, template, value
Dreisers tend to generalize information and build it into abstract categories. He often uses in his speech non-specific assessments (“good”, “decent”, “wrong”, “mean”) and general descriptions of the qualities of people with a clear evaluative subtext (“human”, “rotten”, “friend”, “enemy” ).
ESI constantly monitors the state of his relations with others, and seeks to keep them under control. Moreover, he can establish not only his own, but also other people's relations, settle conflicts. In this area, stability is important to him.
This type builds its picture of the world on clear principles, it is typical for it to have a kind of “ethical code”, even if its ideas about morality differ from the generally accepted ones.
He is interested in studying the values of people, posing moral dilemmas to them in order to understand their system of priorities in life. He likes to figure out what is important for people and not important, what they think is good and bad, and give his own assessment of this.
CHE - vital, unloading, situational, non-value
A dreiser rarely talks about concrete actions and actions of people, or, for example, retells other people's words and dialogues, since in his area of attention are not the behavioral manifestations of people directly, but conclusions drawn from them - about the qualities of people, about how to evaluate their actions, for example, is this or that act a betrayal.
This type is not characterized by adherence to principles in matters of etiquette, politeness and behavioral norms.
The motives of the action are more important to him than the action itself (that is, whether the action was committed maliciously, knowingly or by mistake, does the person regret what he did).
ESI, as a rule, approaches behavior quite flexibly, adjusting it to a specific situation and a specific person. At the same time, he may unexpectedly manifest his own behavioral attitudes, which are very different from the generally accepted ones. But they do not appear on an ongoing basis, but rather chaotically.
Information about the actions, behavior of people, the rules of decency and etiquette is not interesting to this type in itself, if it does not reveal issues of relationships and human qualities. Interacting with such information causes internal resistance.
Block 2. Logic - acceptance, contact, weak
For Dreisers, an unconditional self-sufficient value is information about skills, algorithms of actions, about how the world works. He wants to work with such information without any additional purpose.
At the same time, ESI does not tend to dive deeply into work with knowledge and skills, and bring something new into this area. It consumes information of this kind from the external environment, but does not create it. This type is superficially understood in theories, patterns, technologies and algorithms of actions, since it is difficult for him to concentrate his attention on this for a long time.
A dreiser assimilates skills and knowledge in a limited amount, therefore his horizons in these areas cannot be called broad. Usually, his theoretical and practical knowledge is enough to ensure his own life, but not in order to teach others or propose some kind of global solutions.
BL - mental, unloading, formulaic, non-value
ESI's penchant for generalizations is also manifested in the fact that it tends to notice general patterns in its picture of the world, leaving out of the scope of attention those particulars that led it to conclusions about how various phenomena are arranged and functioning.
The dreiser does not feel stress about the lack of information that allows one to correctly understand certain phenomena, nor does he seek to give other people a complete picture of the world.
In his worldview, he starts from some generalized principles of the world order, which remain unchanged for him, regardless of what objects he works with.
Information about the patterns and causes of phenomena is perceived by the Dreiser as redundant, inapplicable to real life, and therefore the interaction with it is limited.
CHL - vital, loading, situational, value
It is difficult for a dreiser to concentrate on specific actions that he needs to perform in the process of work in order to achieve a particular result. It is much easier to fix on general principles on which a specific algorithm of actions is based.
ESI tend to experience a stressful state in situations when he does not understand what needs to be done to solve a problem, according to what algorithm to interact with the environment, when he faces a large number of tasks that must be simultaneously kept in the field of attention.
Difficulties in working with this kind of information are also associated with the fact that this type does not streamline it, that is, it does not form patterns of world perception associated with technologies and action algorithms. From his position, what worked once is not the fact that it will work the same the second time, and this applies to everything with which he interacts. This leads him to a certain uncertainty in the field of practical work and the application of skills.
However, Dreisers consume such information with great interest, he likes when they explain to him what to do and how, when they provide clear instructions. People who are well versed in this, cause him respect and craving for them.
Block 3. Sensory - productive, contact, strong
ESI is not interested in information about the abilities and feelings of people by themselves. It helps him understand the moral qualities of people and their commitment to their values (for example, whether a person is able to defend his principles or is too weak for this). He can use internal and external resources and senses to improve his performance or better absorb new knowledge.
It is not typical for a dreiser to get hung up on objects, on studying their qualities and resources inherent in them. If there is an external request, then he turns to this kind of information, but understands it superficially and does not try to create something new with its help (for example, to develop the maximum abilities of his body with the help of nutrition and exercise, or to invent new smells, working with perfumery).
At the same time, this type assimilates information about sensations (tastes, smells, sounds, external appearance of objects, their internal potential, resources that allow objects to influence each other) in a very significant volume. In combination with superficiality, a situation is formed when he knows a lot about it, but shallowly, only a little bit, “on top”.
Emergencies - mental, unloading, situational, value
ESI keeps in the spotlight and realizes such things as the potential impact of surrounding objects on each other, the alignment of forces, the authority of the people around and their vulnerabilities. He often touches on these concepts in his speech.
It is not typical for him to constantly monitor the dangers, strive for a sense of security and stability of his social status. He can “play” with such categories, for example, provoking situations that are risky for himself and others.
In the picture of the ESI world, objects are not built into a clear hierarchy according to their influence on each other. For example, from his point of view, you can be both a strong and a weak person, depending on what situation you find yourself in and what leverage you use.
Dreisers are interested in information about strength, weakness and other resources inherent in people, about what people are capable of and with the help of which they cope with the limitations of reality. Such information is perceived, processed and absorbed without internal resistance.
BS - vital, bootable, template, non-value
Dreisu hardly concentrates his attention on certain properties of surrounding objects, such as smell, color, size, etc. Usually he describes them in general terms, for example, with the words “beautiful”, “comfortable”, if there is no additional incentive to describe in more detail.
At the same time, ESI makes sure that feelings (both his and those of others) are in order and are in a sufficiently stable state that they do not interfere with their professional activities and do not spoil the attitude towards life.
This type has fairly clear ideas about what sensations should be, for example, how the surrounding objects should look like, what taste and smell the food should have, how the “correct” music should sound. Aesthetics is something objective for him, not a matter of taste.
However, it is difficult for him to interact with information about sensations in large quantities, since its perception, processing and assimilation causes internal resistance. Such information seems boring and redundant.
Block 4. Intuition - productive, inert, weak
The events taking place in life are not interesting to the Dreiser by themselves. They are for him a means of manifesting certain human qualities, or a way to collect more information about how the world works and how to interact with it correctly.
At the same time, ESI is deeply immersed in work with information about events. He seeks to independently produce ideas, and not take ready-made ones from other people. He also strives to make his own predictions for the future, analyzing current trends and past experiences.
Since this type assimilates information about events only in a small amount, it is inherent in a narrow specialization in this area - for example, the study of trends in one area, while ignoring other areas and factors. Because of this, Dreisers may look biased in their predictions.
CHI - mental, bootstrapping, situational, non-value
ESI perceives the whole picture of the event better than its individual elements. It is easier for him to describe in general terms how everything was and how it became, than to talk about what specific changes have occurred.
It is important for a dreiser to see all the possibilities, all the alternatives so as not to miss anything. He gets stressed when he realizes that he did not take into account and did not notice some option. He gratefully accepts the unobtrusive help from the outside in finding alternatives, but only if the proposed alternatives are realistic and applicable in life.
Working with options for ESI is complicated by the fact that he does not have a stereotype of what options can be used in a given situation, which ideas are suitable for a particular situation, from which he could start from (for example, ideas of which theme to organize a festive party). Because of this, he has to come up with ideas every time as for the first time.
Information about diversity, about how everything in the world can be different, various alternative ideas about anything - this is what Dreiser itself is not interested in. He seeks to work with ideas when they are realistic and they can be embodied in reality, and he discards everything superfluous, redundant.
BI - vital, unloading, template, value
ESI is difficult to make out in detail the entire array of changes that constantly occur in the surrounding reality. He does not automatically focus on them because he tends to generalize this kind of information into something more abstract. For example, it is easier for him to say “life has become worse” than to describe specific changes that made life worse from his point of view.
It is not too important for Dreisers to be aware of the events, he does not feel the stress that he is missing current trends, news, information about what is happening in the circle of his acquaintances. He tends to refer to this information in a rest mode, as to something interesting, but not necessary.
This type makes its predictions, relying on previous experience, starting from the fact that events are more likely to repeat than something unexpected will happen. Lessons from past experience, both his own and someone else's, are an important element of his worldview.
Dreisers are interested in studying trends, the connection of events, comparing the past, present and future, watching how everything changes in the world. He does not feel internal resistance when working with such information