MBTI ISxx types, what is your MBTI and socionics types

MBTI ISxx types, what is your MBTI and socionics types

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  • MBTI ISTJ, socionics ISTp

    11 18.64%
  • MBTI ISTJ, socionics ISTj

    3 5.08%
  • MBTI ISTJ, other socionics type`

    0 0%
  • MBTI ISTP, socionics ISTj

    9 15.25%
  • MBTI ISTP, socionics ISTp

    10 16.95%
  • MBTI ISTP, other socionics type

    2 3.39%
  • MBTI ISFJ, socionics ISFp

    3 5.08%
  • MBTI ISFJ, socionics ISFj

    2 3.39%
  • MBTI ISFJ, other socionics type

    0 0%
  • MBTI ISFP, socionics ISFj

    10 16.95%
  • MBTI ISFP, socionics ISFp

    7 11.86%
  • MBTI ISFP, other socionics type

    2 3.39%
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This is a discussion on MBTI ISxx types, what is your MBTI and socionics types within the Socionics Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; I'm seeing how the MBTI and socionics correlates for ISxx types....

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    MBTI ISxx types, what is your MBTI and socionics types

    I'm seeing how the MBTI and socionics correlates for ISxx types.
    cyamitide thanked this post.



  2. #2
    LIE

    Ti-Se all the way.

  3. #3

    bump! this needs more votes

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    Yay another random meaningless poll that tell us excactly nothing of value,
    except to feed our already formed prejudices.
    Count me in!
    KraChZiMan and myst91 thanked this post.

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    I'm an ISTP and I got INTj on two socionics tests, ISTj on one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hornet View Post
    Yay another random meaningless poll that tell us excactly nothing of value,
    except to feed our already formed prejudices.
    Count me in!

    Sheeesh. The reason for posting this poll is to see how much the j/p switch occurs between the MBTI and the socionics systems for introverts. I want to see if some introverted types are more affected by the j/p switch than others. For instance some MBTI ISTJs are socionics ISTjs (no j/p switch), some are socionics ISTps (j/p switch), and some are some entirely different socionics type. This is what I'm curious to find out more about. It's got nothing to do with prejudices, just how people happen to perceive themselves between the two systems.
    Typology Jesus, cyamitide and Sonja Estner thanked this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fractals and Pterodactyls View Post
    Sheeesh. The reason for posting this poll is to see how much the j/p switch occurs between the MBTI and the socionics systems for introverts. I want to see if some introverted types are more affected by the j/p switch than others. For instance some MBTI ISTJs are socionics ISTjs (no j/p switch), some are socionics ISTps (j/p switch), and some are some entirely different socionics type. This is what I'm curious to find out more about. It's got nothing to do with prejudices, just how people happen to perceive themselves between the two systems.
    But is self-perfection always accurate? I'm of the idea that J/P switch must happen between the systems for introverts assuming they are correctly typed.

    This correlation would therefore to me say more about how people's idea of type is flawed rather than whether it is accurate or meaningful in any type context outside of their own (in)ability to properly type themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fractals and Pterodactyls View Post
    Sheeesh. The reason for posting this poll is to see how much the j/p switch occurs between the MBTI and the socionics systems for introverts. I want to see if some introverted types are more affected by the j/p switch than others. For instance some MBTI ISTJs are socionics ISTjs (no j/p switch), some are socionics ISTps (j/p switch), and some are some entirely different socionics type. This is what I'm curious to find out more about. It's got nothing to do with prejudices, just how people happen to perceive themselves between the two systems.
    Treat it as me just reacting to how I felt about the initial idea.
    Nothing less nothing more.
    I was in a very weird mood that day. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hornet View Post
    Yay another random meaningless poll that tell us excactly nothing of value,
    except to feed our already formed prejudices.
    Count me in!


    This reminded me an old logical fallacy in Perc, made a quick caption
    Typology Jesus and Direct thanked this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fractals and Pterodactyls View Post
    Sheeesh. The reason for posting this poll is to see how much the j/p switch occurs between the MBTI and the socionics systems for introverts. I want to see if some introverted types are more affected by the j/p switch than others. For instance some MBTI ISTJs are socionics ISTjs (no j/p switch), some are socionics ISTps (j/p switch), and some are some entirely different socionics type. This is what I'm curious to find out more about. It's got nothing to do with prejudices, just how people happen to perceive themselves between the two systems.
    I like these polls. Thanks for setting them up!

    Once they get more votes we'll have more evidence for how type conversions are working between MBTI and Socionics.


     
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