Can someone explain EII-0 (INFJ)?

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    Can someone explain EII-0 (INFJ)?

    Hello,

    My results with the Socionics test came out to EII-0. I'm super new to Socionics so I don't know what the "-0" is. I've tried googling it a few different ways but it seems that the "-0" part is never really addressed.

    On the MBTI I'm an INFJ.
    In Socionics I'm reading that I'm an INFJ as well, but in the forums I see folks saying INFJ on this test is not the same as INFJ on MBTI. So I'm also a little confused about that aspect of the results as well.

    What does the "-0" mean, and is the "-0" the reason people say INFJ isn't the same on Socionics as it is on the MBTI?



    Thanks so much,



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    Never heard of it before but I found this
    Socionics Subtypes
    Seems like it means that you have no discernible subtype according to that test

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    Like Vixey said, it means you have no subtype.

    In other words, you are neither an Fi-EII nor an Ne-EII.
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    INFJ=INFj is a very usual combination. Don't worry if someone says something different. They're wrong.
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    Zero means you got a balanced subtype on this test. You should still read about them to confirm. EII subtypes & EII profiles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alyara View Post
    INFJ=INFj is a very usual combination. Don't worry if someone says something different. They're wrong.
    Yep people were saying I was ILI and thus INTJ but I knew I wasn't J so it made me look negatively on Socionics without really understanding anything about it, but then I read more and saw the MBTI functions and IEs had completely different origins.

    The P and J concept in MBTI actually appears to be adapted from Jung's concepts of irrational and rational respectively, which are represented in Socionics using the lowercase letters (p/j). So I don't really think it's any surprise that IxxJs will usually relate most often to Ixxj socionics types despite "having different functions" (which is a horrible way of looking at it because the MBTI functions and IEs are so different).
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