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    Default forehead lines -mimics (VI or genetics?)

    When a person raise their eyebrows, some people have parallel lines on their forehead like this:

    EDIT-Forehead-9-400x400-min.jpg

    Some people have a line right at the top of their eyebrows and that line is not parallel with other lines, like this one:



    forehead eyebrow.png

    Do you think this difference is caused by genetics/biology or socionics types?

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    VI is about nonverbal _behavior_
    there is no theory how static traits may correlate with types
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    My findings indicate that foreheads have no direct relationship to socionics type (Christopher Langan claims forehead size correlates to intelligence). Only physical construction of eyes (including placement on face) has been found to correspond to cognitive markers consistent with Model A.

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    i don't know. but typing is more fun when you talk to the person instead of stare at their forehead.
    Last edited by xerxe; 07-29-2019 at 05:03 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xerxe View Post
    i don't know. but typing is more fun when you talk to the person instead of stare at their forehead.
    ^

    Btw, what's up with this word "mimics"? Is it some direct translation from Russian? The word you're looking for is probably "facial expressions".

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    its possible for example if people raise their eyebrows a lot to get wrinkles later in life, i mean raising ur eyebrows probably has to do with emotional expression, so you could say the higher the Fe (and valued Fe) the more wrinkles youd expect. but yea

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    Brow shape

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    SLE always have unibrow.

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