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    Quote Originally Posted by shotgunfingers View Post
    o.o can I come? I'm always up for that shit..



    In socionics being emotional = / = Fi or Fe. If you read the descriptions to be considered Fi type you'd have to see the world through relationships and if one would be Fe one would have to want to push people's buttons to get specific wanted reactions out of them (think Marilyn Manson)... neither of which has much to do with one's own emotional nature.

    ... hell I'm tripple reactive and blow a gasket at times that only makes me a potential feeler in MBTI, but nnot socionics. I think a lot of ppl misunderstand and being an ethical type does not strictly equal being emotional, but one can be both.
    Why do you assume I was referring to emotions? I wasn't. I'm probably more emotionally expressive than Ave is, maybe less than ashlesha. And I have no idea on anyone's internal emotional state, obviously.

    I was referring to the reasons he gave for why he typed them as he did. Different reasons for each of them to be the same type, and those reasons don't necessarily apply to me. It was based on what they said, and how I interpreted that socionically. And I assumed that G and crew were using what they said to type, which is why I wondered if it had something to do with translation.

    But, on his website G talks about how they type people with a gestalt method comparing to type images, followed by a more detailed look to see if that holds up. Mentions that different schools won't have the same images collected as to what makes up a type. And HERE he talks about non-verbal cues. So, the reasons he gives might not be the whole reasons after all, if you know what I mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squark View Post
    But, on his website G talks about how they type people with a gestalt method comparing to type images, followed by a more detailed look to see if that holds up. Mentions that different schools won't have the same images collected as to what makes up a type. And HERE he talks about non-verbal cues. So, the reasons he gives might not be the whole reasons after all, if you know what I mean.
    in his report he does mention nonverbal cues and so on, for example in mine:

    Judging by his facial expressions, his smile is more like a role smile, i.e. consciously represented. Perhaps, he is learning some communication techniques on purpose. (which I amdoing tbh, to compensate for shit Fe and Fi as well as socializing issues how he knew was weird)

    You can also see the micro-mimicry of disgust on his face, which is also associated with this function. (referring to Si)

    I use this stuff to read ppl, at first it was something I did subconsciously, but then I learned to recognize it consciously as well so I can respond to ppl in ways that benefit me in the end.


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    i've always done weirdly terrible on those tests that score how well you can read facial expressions.

    (:

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    Why don’t you come up with 3-5 of the most controversial/difficult questions about your typing result so G can clarify and dispel your doubts? I think G would be willing to answer these questions specifically and maybe publish the recording publicly on his website.

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    I think the outward signs really favour LSI over ESI. Like when you wrote about plausible alexithymia. If we take it as type dependent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashlesha View Post
    i've always done weirdly terrible on those tests that score how well you can read facial expressions.

    (:
    I typically score above average on them myself. Most people think I'm EII or LII. Probably more EII than LII.

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