Socionix: Socionics Research and Discussion Forum. Alternate inter-types - Socionics Forum. One of the things I had difficulty with regarding Socionics was the idea of having to memorize 16 element orders in order to grasp types, their similarities with other types, and their differences from other types.
Supposedly the intertype relationships are determined based on the type's element order and how those are similar or differ from another type's. We're talking having to memorize 32+ sets of random 'facts'. Wtf??? It was enough that I nearly gave up on socionics altogether. I didn't understand model A, I didn't understand type ordering, and I didn't understand how this info determined type interactions. I wondered how they hell they got all this, drew the conclusions they drew, and did it actually fit with how people actually interact?
The back of my mind seemed to think that these things were connected via model A…or rather, the order of elements within each type. I'll show an example, and since you're ENTp I'll put things relative to the ENTp. But wait, there's more!!!! Descriptions of the types: INTp -edit- - Socionics Forum. 1. program function: the intuition of the time Keenly observes after the flow of life.
It thinly notices details and hardly the planned tendencies. It explains, what reasons led to the existing consequences. It is submerged in the past, the repetitive phenomena are studied. Because of the associatively organized memory and the love for the knowledge he is frequently scholar. Contradictions and actual errors in positions and opinions are revealed well.
Psychology at RIN.ru. Index. Socionics. Main page. Psychological Types. Socionics. Socionic types of famous people [Jung's typology, MBTI] FREE Dating - Online Dating Services for Singles. Wikisocion. Ekaterina Filatova. Ekaterina Filatova lives in St.
Petersburg, Russia. She was one of the early Russian socionists and helped popularize socionics. She is known for her collection of photographs of people of different sociotypes. It should be noted that Ekaterina Filatova did not herself use visual identification ("V.I. ") to diagnose the types of the people in her books. Upon taking pictures and documenting types, she started to notice some similarities between people of the same type and has commented that within each type there are several groupings of people who look most similar, which could be due to subtypes.
Biography Ekaterina Filatova, born on 2.04.1938, obtained her education as a physicist, graduateing from the Physics Department of LGU as a candidate of physical and mathematical sciences. Filatova is the author of one of the most popular books in socionics by both the number of copies sold and by popularity among the readers. See also. In the West. Intertype Relations. Socionics Forums - A forum about Socionics. Dimensionality of Functions I.M.
Eglit original article: [partial translation--further translation needed] SOCIONICS: Personality Types and Relationships. Introduction into Socionics. © Dmitri Lytov, Marianna Lytova, January 2005 First presented as Internet lectures to pedagogues and students of the St.
Kliment Okhridsky University (Sofia, Bulgaria). Part 1—Part 2—Part 3 Let us try to understand what the 16 types look like in the real life. Jung considered the 4 criteria as “dead”, “disassembled” parts of the whole body called type. When we see a human arm, or a leg, or an eye, they do not tell much to us about that person in the life, even when they are put together. Jung used so-called FUNCTIONS, which in fact represent “active” combinations of certain dichotomies.
The 8 Functions IRRATIONAL FUNCTIONS (sensing and intuition). Extraverted intuition is also called Intuition of Possibilities, or Intuition of Potential. This function is “responsible” for considering the world in all its possibilities and alternatives, in generalization of what is going on and developing new concepts. Examples: Pierre Richard, Fannie Ardan, Jeff Goldblum, Jamie Lee Curtis, Albert Einstein.
Introduction into Socionics. © Dmitri Lytov, Marianna Lytova, January 2005 First presented as Internet lectures to pedagogues and students of the St.
Kliment Okhridsky University (Sofia, Bulgaria). Part 1—Part 2—Part 3 Subjectivity or Objectivity? Testing Jungian Types (Non-socionic) Introduction into Socionics. © Dmitri Lytov, Marianna Lytova, January 2005 First presented as Internet lectures to pedagogues and students of the St.
Kliment Okhridsky University (Sofia, Bulgaria). Part 1—Part 2—Part 3 Dear readers, we will much appreciate your feedback. If you have any suggestions or remark concerning this text, please send your opinion to the authors. Socionics is a branch of psychology that studies relationships between psychological types. You also know a different version of Jungian typology known as the Myers-Briggs Type Theory (MBTT). The Myers-Briggs Type Theory is sometimes confused with socionics, although there are some differences between these two theories. Different methods of type evaluation. On the other hand, there is also a lot in common between these two theories.