Thinking and Intuition are superfluous. They correspond to the prefrontal cortex and working memory, so they are always dependent on Sensing functions. Si+ is about object recognition/patterns and scenarios/mental projections. Se+ is about an object's position in space and similarities/differences between objects. Fe+ and Fi+ are emotional responses to these sensory processes. Si+ and Se+ are detailed and specific, Si- and Se- are general.
Fi+ (Se+) // Si+ (Fe+) ..... strong functions
Fe- (Si-) // Se- (Fi-) ..... weak functions
Si+ (Fe+) // Fi+ (Se+) ..... strong functions
Se- (Fi-) // Fe- (Si-) ..... weak functions
Se+ (Fi+) // Fe+ (Si+) ..... strong functions
Si- (Fe-) // Fi- (Se-) ..... weak functions
Fe- (Si-) // Se- (Fi-) ..... strong functions
Fi+ (Se+) // Si+ (Fe+) ..... weak functions
SSS claims that white sensing is about facts, and ILI has 2-dimensional S (or Si) in Model A. I think that is inaccurate. My view is that ILI has very strong Si+ and very weak Si-. He or she typically knows everything about a subject.
+S — beauty and prettiness (spatial relations), harmony of lines, colours, forms; comfort, convenience, pleasant sensations; sensory delights, pleasure and tactile sensibility; vision of details, aspiration to concretize a scope.
−S — discomfort and comfort, aesthetics, beauty and ugliness, harmony and disharmony, contrast in sensations; vision of an overall picture and concrete details.
Se must be related to the parietal lobe. But LII has 1-dimensional Se according to Model A. It doesn't add up.
Gf: Fluid intelligence – reasoning and novel problem solving ability
Gv: Visual intelligence – the ability to manipulate mental visual images to solve problems
Doing tasks involving controlled attention, working memory, executive processes, and fluid reasoning (Gf) have been consistently linked in in the research to electrical signalling activity in the prefrontal and parietal lobes of the brain. These findings have resulted in the influential Parieto-Frontal Integration Theory of intelligence (P-FIT).
Consider Dario Nardi's brain map. Is SEE / ESFP really an Se dominant type?