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Old 09/02/2006, 11:21 PM
TheGeorgiaPeach TheGeorgiaPeach is offline
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Default Re: How seriously do people take MBTI/Socionics?

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However, as with all systems, it is possible to develop them further: Rmcnew(as I understand, he is the person behind the website socion.info) has further elaborated the socionics theory by incorporating ALL eight functions in his determination of personality type. This proves that it is possible to systematize anything; it just depends on how factors you choose to operate with. We could subdivide further until we have as many types as there are people on the earth.
Actually, using all eight functions in the model isn't anything new in socionics; it's called Model-A, and I believe Aushra Augusta originally came up with that one.

The interaction of those functions are suppossed to be the major factor in socionic relationships.

Also, some people have made different subtype theories, so they have already started to classify things further.
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