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Discussion in 'Obsessions and Interests' started by PastelPetals, Jun 25, 2020.

  1. risootser

    risootser Well-Known Member

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    This one is made by relationship worker and theorist. It is based on Jung's work and is much more complicated than Myers Briggs. It also has 16 types but those types can have 16 different relationships. If you like systematic mathematical symmetry this is very interesting.

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    Jumpback Well-Known Member

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    Tried to take that test twice and it seemed to mess up or I missed something when I got to 75% done and I couldn’t figure out how to complete it
     
  3. risootser

    risootser Well-Known Member

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    Got stuck in photos? I got through.

    I think tests asks right questions and is better compared to MBTI.

    However the real deal is in understanding stuff. It takes few days at least. It is not fast gotcha thingy at all. Real study is needed.

    Good source
    Wikisocion

    One video source. I however do not fully agree with his methods and there are more cohesively focused people but they rarely speak English
    World Socionics Society

    This guy mixes lots of personality theories

    INTP Ben Vaserlan, Socionics, Keirsey, & Enneagram
     
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    Jumpback Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, it’s the photos. It’s a massive challenge on an iPad to select one or another photos and get the test to recognize that one has been selected. I tried again and it took about 50 attempts just to select one photo. If you push the photo very long, iPad wants to select or copy image and if you select photo quickly or double tap, nothing happens or photo zooms in. I give up.
     
  5. Rasputin

    Rasputin ASD / Aspie V.I.P Member

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    I took the Enneagram test, and it said I was Type 5, The Investigator. Both Type 4 and Type 5 have positive and negative aspects to their personalities. Type 5s are typically eccentric and isolated. This type fits me, as I developed and tested a work motivation model in my doctoral dissertation that was different from any anyone else had ever developed. Since then, there has been sustained strong increasing interest in my research. That reflects the positive aspect of the personality. The negative side is I think in abstract and live inside my head with limited interaction with other people.

    The Enneagram Five Profile – The Investigator
     
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    Jumpback Well-Known Member

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    On this test
    The Enneagram Personality Test

    I was a strong match for both 4 and 5, both around 95%

    It looks like all introvert intuitives most often score as 4s or 5s, with thinkers scoring more often as 5s and feelers scoring more often as 4s

    Enneagram and MBTI Correlation - Typology Wiki

    From the numbers of people who have taken the enneagram on the chart, it looks like introvert intuitives just take these tests a lot more than others

    It’s a strange thing, because MBTI and enneagram are sometimes seen as kind of “junk science” or something, but the types that take them tend to be way, way over represented in historical arts and sciences figures...like Einstein and Da Vinci were both probably INTP, which is also the type that took the enneagram test the 3rd most often. A large percentage of famous writers and artists and such seem like INFPs, and INFPs took this test the most often. And both these types seem to be pretty uncommon in the general population.
     
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  7. Gerontius

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    I'm an INFP on the Sixteen Personalities test, supposedly a "mediator." If a mediator is someone who sits around doing school, nerdy stuff, and writing all the time, then I guess I kind of am. As a Roman Catholic I don't bother with the enneagram due to its popularity in the occult, but I think the Myers-Briggs may be very helpful indeed as it's rather scientific. One test I do find interesting is the classic "Aspie quiz." Personality tests are interesting, but there is one important thing to remember about them: you are still you after you take them, as wonderful and unique as ever. :) It's just a name & description.
     
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    Adora Well-Known Member

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    Here are the results I usually get from these tests:
    Myer Briggs: INFP-T (sometimes INFJ but I think INFP-T is closer to my personality)

    Enneagram: 4 or 4w5 but I can get 9 sometimes.

    Socionics : EII (Ethical Intuitive Integrator).

    The Myers Briggs one I find to be fairly accurate though with the Socionics one EII is linked to INFJ though I score INFP more than INFJ.
     
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    Jumpback Well-Known Member

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    I think that the MBTI is helpful, but far more so if you take a test that tells you how far you test into everything. Like on the I and even more on the N and P, I am not remotely close at all. But I tend to test pretty close on the T and F...I think that I am more of a T with a lot of past issues, but I still would never be an extreme T like I am an extreme N and P.

    So, like if you take this test that was mentioned on this thread earlier, it might help sort out the the T and F issue, and the P and J issue? Like maybe you are close on T an F and somewhat close on P and J???


    On this thing I posted before, socionics 9 is the 2nd most common for both INFP and INFJ, so maybe that’s where this 9 sometimes is coming from

    Enneagram and MBTI Correlation - Typology Wiki

    I am either INTP (a bit more likely) or INFP, it’s is just between these two for me, so maybe that’s why it’s either just 4 or 5 with me.
     
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