Aversion (control sample - 1.9%)
3.IEI (4%), ILE (3.8%), LSE (3.7%)
4.ESI (3.2%), ILI (3.1%)
7.SEI, LII, ESE, SLE, LIE, SEE, EII (0%)
Disgust, according to K. Isard, is often experienced in conjunction with anger and contempt, together these emotions constitute a triad of hostility [1, p. 275]. But it is also possible that those who voted to disgust be perceived as disgust, sensory dislike. Representatives of the quadra Beta voted most often for this emotion.
Contempt (control sample - 1.1%)
6.ESI (3.2%), LSI (3%)
8.IEI, IEE (2%)
9.ILE, SEI, EIE, LIE, SEE, EII (0%)
K. Izard connects the emotion of contempt primarily with a sense of superiority over another person [1, p. 283]. In general, the indicators of this emotion are higher among logicians; perhaps, with LSE and SLE, contempt accompanies anger.
Anger (control sample - 8.7%)
2.LSE (22%), SEE (21.7%)
6.IEI (8%), ILE (7.7%)
9.EIE (4.8%), ILI (4.7%)
12.SEI, EII (0%)
Anger, as well as joy, according to the results of the polls, looks primarily an extrovert emotion. The ability to intensely experience anger is associated in psychology with a choleric temperament , which is quite consistent with our indicators and socionic descriptions of LIE, LSE and SEE. A rather high result of LSI has become quite unexpected, as a rule, external manifestations of anger are not characteristic of this type.