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    Default Easiest Dichotomies to Test

    As per the title of this thread, what are the top 4 easiest dichotomies to test? Explain.

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    probably T/F for J types and S/N for P
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    I don’t think any socionics dichotomies can be reliably tested for.

    I think merry/serious is usually quite obvious in irl interaction, as well as judicious/decisive, after that. So quadra values basically. After that with temperament, possibly positivist/negativist, and dimensionality of functions you should be able to narrow down the type. I see entire types more holistically though, including things like cognitive styles, static/dynamic, and ITR (especially interaction with duals).

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    Aim2know has a test and in the results it gives both, dichotomies and elements.

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