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Methods of Psychological Type identification Needless to say, the right identification of Psychological Type is very important as all further analysis of personality and/or forecasts of relations will be based on this. There are many different methods that can be utilised.
V.I. (Visual Identification) is the fastest and most reliable method of Type identification of today. It works on the principle that an inner process will always manifest itself through its outer boundaries - a sack with a brick will have a different shape than a sack with a football (Fig.1).
Psychological Type profiles The Type profiles listed on this page contain physical descriptions. Please note that the physical descriptions are neither absolute nor typical, these descriptions are the possible appearances. Other Psychological Type
Psychological Types [+] and [-] profiles The Psychological Type profiles listed on this page show some common positive [+] and negative [-] trends associated with the Type. Other Psychological Type profiles available are "" profiles and profiles containing descriptions. If your type is Intuitive-Logical Extratim - ENTp (The Inventor): You have a very well-developed ability to think inventively. Very often you come up with original and radical ideas.
Psychological Types uncovered In order to stress certain important points about the Type and personality, the "uncovered" profiles usually contain the worst scenario of events and hence have a potential to appear offensive to some people. Other Psychological Type profiles available are profiles and profiles containing descriptions. ENTps are far from angels.
Relations between Psychological ("personality") Types The analysis of intertype relations is an integral part of Socionics . Just by knowing the Psychological Types of two people allows one to forecast the major developments of their relationship. Socionics intertype relations describe relationship between Psychological Types of people and not between the actual people. This is the reason these relations are called "intertype" relations.