Assuming Se prone personalities will get high scores. Will have to do it later, phone won't allow me to take it.
I would have bet on Fe types to get a high score, Se/Fe types to be preciseAssuming Se prone personalities will get high scores. Will have to do it later, phone won't allow me to take it.
Interesting. Perhaps it is a distinction between (Se/Fe). I do not particularily see "desire," as something easy on the eyes, and perhaps a bit more direct than what the specimen above is protraying -- which is making you 'think' far more than it should.<!-- BEGIN TEMPLATE: dbtech_usertag_mention -->
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<!-- END TEMPLATE: dbtech_usertag_mention --> - to me, that one is clearly desire, and I think it's because of the way her head is tilted towards the camera, her eyes advancing and the bottom half of the face tucked in. That's a very sensual/ flirtatious pose to strike -- reminds me of the way people tend to pose for pictures when they really want to look good, with the top half of their heads angled outward and maybe to the side a bit (its hard to describe lol). Or the way actors are often positioned on movie posters when someone wants them to look sexy.
If the face didn't seem to be tilted forward, then I would agree that it looks like annoyance. I think a lot depends on how you assume the mouth to look.
Believe your right. I generally don't misread people socially. For some odd reason, I can be fairly accurate in reading people's motives, but generally chalk that upto Se-Ti.I would have bet on Fe types to get a high score, Se/Fe types to be precise
Fe is generally associated with the ability to recognize and convey (i.e. make others experience) passions, moods, and emotional states, generate excitement, liveliness, and feelings, get emotionally involved in activities and emotionally involve others, recognize and describe emotional interaction between people and groups, and build a sense of community and emotional unity.
Socionics Information Elements: Fe
I do not think "desire," is the correct word for the specimen in the photo - although; it seems more fitting for Carol's eyes:@Catwalk yeah to me Carol in that shot is doing the exact same expression as the lady in the picture-- although "desire" isn't really a good word for it, more like "flirtatious". Carol (and the picture lady) both look like they're confident and deliberately going after somebody. Rooney Mara's character has an expression of just naked desire, a little bit nervous, no pretense/ agenda-- looks like Fi to me... focusing on somebody else, but at the same time just absorbed in her own feeling and not really having any particular agenda towards the other person.