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I just did this test and got 34/36 on the first try, in half of the time they anticipated



I can't believe there are people who can fail this test unironically

please give it a try and tell me your score and MBTI type
Assuming Se prone personalities will get high scores. Will have to do it later, phone won't allow me to take it.
 

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ESTP, 32 out of 36.

This used to be a game between a friend of mine and me.
 

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Your score is 25 out of 36. INFJ
Accurate. I have been quite poor in my observance and understanding of eye contact for most of my life.

I also tend to mess with my facial expressions and eye contact all the time no doubt sending all manner of mixed signals around.
 

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28/36, ENFJ.

Sometimes the options didn't have the emotion I was thinking of. And I rushed through it as quickly as I could—were we not supposed to do that? Also, what about people with "resting bitch face?"

It really helps me to see the mouth too. The eyes and mouth work together to convey an emotion. And some of these people are way more subtle in their emotional expressions than I am...just sayin' (move those eyebrows more, people!)
 

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34/36 estp.
 

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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 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
 

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i got 22. i am surprised because i can usually tell how a person is feeling by looking at them. a lot of the things i thought weren't represented in the answers too.
 

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Although, I question some of the (options)

For ex;

https://imgur.com/a/8ljEV

Looks like "disbelief," or unconvinced, with annoyance, or even a swig of condescendence following,

Although, the option(s) are:

Joking/flustered/convinced/desire

There perhaps might be a biased/hueristic to associate 'this look on a woman' (with desire) - and perhaps her mouth is hanging slightly ajar, this may be true - however, I will assume her mouth is a thin-line, IMO, and with just the "eyes" alone, it does not convey desire.
 

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@Catwalk - 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.
 

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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.
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.

To myself, it seem(s) the face is at more of a slant; to which associate "slants" with (wonder / skepticism / disbelief / annoyance), et al,

That perhaps, she's looking at someone like:

("Yeahh, I do not wish to be here, just posing.... Or, "yeah right,"), as if she is looking at a cliche male-humanoid attempting to seem flirtatious, but she is not "really feeling it," per se.

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And I suppose, 'sensuality' itself is less slant - more downward / tucked chin for (Se?) humanoids, rather than exposed / tilted chin. I think the only thing that is perhaps, indicating "desire" in this photo is the eye-contact & the softness of the brow; however, I think "extreme desire," has a bit of a harsher brow - and stronger eye-contact, with more pupil dilation, other than the position of her eyes, they say nothing about want, nor desire and without such, she still appears to have a skeptical essence in her longing or a bit of disconnect via what she desires in front of her [space-y want]; thus seems like 'staged desire' for the camera, if this is another human she is desiring.

For a specimen 'deeply desiring', I would assumed stronger or a bit more harsher eye-contact, with the face (and lips), directly positioned at what it desires rather than the downward tilt of the chin away from the camera lens; and perhaps a downward tucked in chin, for 'sexual desire/sensuality' towards another humanoid. Even if not desire; I do not see a female specimen looking at chocolate that way, the eyes are firmer, and fixated in want. She does not look like she wants the camera -- she does not desire it.

She may like him, but she does not want him. (&) Desire is about unquenched hunger (&) want. She does not look hungry.

I am curious ::

How would you interpret the looks of these two (??) Particularly Carol, the harshness of her eyes cannot be discounted.

 

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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
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.
 

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@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.

Re: the Se/ Fe thing-- it makes sense to me that Se would be better at detecting and labeling a certain expression just from one single image. Se-users read peoples' expressions quickly and accurately, using it as a tool to move through the world more efficiently. Fe-users are of course excellent at understanding emotions, but they don't have a focus on speed and efficiency-- they would always be dealing with the whole person (and taking their time with the person), seeing not just eyes but the whole face, the whole body, tone of voice, etc.
 

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@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.
I do not think "desire," is the correct word for the specimen in the photo - although; it seems more fitting for Carol's eyes:

The specimen above simply look(s) too unsure or uncertainty in her longing for myself, and I suppose that is why you are picking up "flirtatious," because flirtation is usually never meant with (sincerity) - nor a genuine indicator of intense longing / intense desire, which I reckon is why "flirtatious," specimen(s) are often just being flirty more often than not :: (so, I suppose to myself, this is why I see more "staged" desire) for the camera; and a bit of blandness / annoyance to her expression.

https://imgur.com/a/8ljEV

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Although, these expression(s) below seem to convey "playful and/or firtatious desire,"


https://imgur.com/a/5m2pI


And "confident desire," with room for some sensuality - which seem to be absent in the former photo:

https://imgur.com/a/ZKO9d


If intense in desire of chocolate; or another humanoid - I will look at them like the photo above; (&) not like the original photo.


As far as Carol, she seems to be more in 'satisfactory/quenched desire,' "I knew you would return, but also, 'thank god you actually did' state, although the (harsheness) of eyes is clearly one of hunger; which seems absent in the former photo, and what is desire if you are not hungry.
 

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