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    Socionics type questionnaire

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    "What's my Socionics type?" questionnaire


    Personal concepts
    1. What is beauty? What is love?
    2. What are your most important values?
    3. Do you have any sort of spiritual/religious beliefs, and why do you hold (or don't) those beliefs in the first place?
    4. Opinion on war and militaries? What is power to you?

    Interests
    5. What have you had long conversations about? What are your interests? Why?
    6. Interested in health/medicine as a conversation topic? Are you focused on your body?
    7. What do you think of daily chores?
    8. Books or films you liked? Recently read/watched or otherwise. Examples welcome.
    9. What has made you cry? What has made you smile? Why?
    10. Where do you feel: at one with the environment/a sense of belonging?

    Evaluation & Behaviour
    11. What have people seen as your weaknesses? What do you dislike about yourself?
    12. What have people seen as your strengths? What do you like about yourself?
    13. In what areas of your life would you like help?
    14. Ever feel stuck in a rut? If yes, describe the causes and your reaction to it.

    People & Interactions
    15. What qualities do you most like and dislike in other people? What types do you get along with?
    16. How do you feel about romance/sex? What qualities do you want in a partner?
    17. If you were to raise a child, what would be your main concerns, what measures would you take, and why?
    18. A friend makes a claim that clashes with your current beliefs. What is your inward and outward reaction?
    19. Describe your relationship to society. How do you see people as a whole? What do you consider a prevalent social problem? Name one.
    20. How do you choose your friends and how do you behave around them?
    21. How do you behave around strangers?


    This questionnaire was created by several people:
    @esq - the author of original questions, most of which are included in the current version.
    @aconite (me) - responsible for starting the attempt to create a questionnaire, compiling and polishing questions.

    Also, I'd like to thank our contributors/critics/co-authors (in alphabetical order): @Almost @FacelessBeauty @LeaT @Paradigm @PimpinMcBoltage @Probably @StellarTwirl
    Paradigm, cyamitide, Azure Bass and 28 others thanked this post.



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    I would also encourage those who seek to get typed to take several socionics tests and post the results at the bottom of their questionnaire answers.
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    1. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. It is something shared but only by the feeling toward it everyone has their own ways for seeing something/someone as beautiful and everyone has different opinion as to what is beautiful and what isnít but in my opinion everything and everyone is beautiful it just takes the right eyes to see it. Pure love is a feeling toward something and a sacred connection but love comes in many different shapes and sizes; loveís qualities all depend on the specifics of the circumstances particularly who feels it and why.
    2. My values are mostly based on ideals and too involved to explain here.
    3. I have no religious beliefs but I am a very spiritual person.
    4. War and militaries are only just when absolutely necessary or to prevent the extinction of a culture. But when is war necessary? Almost never. If issues can be talked out or a leader cannot see another way to handle it that is unjust. War is just a primitive solution to problems that could be solved a more civil way. Power is a combination of control and capacity with (use)goals or desires. My ideals as far as whether power should or shouldnít exist and how my ideals could work or be actualized regarding power is another thing entirely.
    5. Psychology, spirituality, emotion, intimacy, ideals, personal problems and things that effect me or someone else emotionally.
    6. No.
    7. Monotonous but necessary.
    8. Fight club, scott pilgrim vs. the world, ten things I hate about you, breakfast club, Donnie darko, etc.
    9. Nothing makes me cry or smile it something does it is brief, rare and lacks intensity. All emotions are far beneath the surface and sheltered from possible pain.
    10. Never.
    11. Showing emotion, organization, diligence, keeping appointments/ plans.
    12. Emotional depth when comfortable, open-mindedness, empathy, intelligence.
    13. Refer to 11ís answer.
    14. Yes, all the time. Sleeping too much, boredom and significantly less motivation than usual.
    15. The type I can have a deep intellectual conversations with, can accept me for who I am and has the capacity and interest in who I am. I like someone who I find interesting. I have little to no tolerance for emphasis on appearance, materialism or people who get unnecessarily emotional and take things too personally.
    16. Interest and understanding for/of each other, shared interests love. I look for qualities that hard to put into words.
    17. Happiness, acceptance, independent thought. I would try to guide them. I would treat it as a learning experience, an opportunity for personal growth.
    18. I just want to understand and discuss it to itís fullest extent because there a good chance I will learn something and be able to refine my beliefs.
    19. I am an observer. People are very different and society is complex. Though there are things about human nature and society that can be learned through either observation, intuition and education. I see imperfections and I see civilization under evolved and a journey to happiness but there are certain consistencies.
    20. Based on my knowledge of someone, I donít know itís kind of an intuition thing. If I am curious about someone I try to get to know them
    21. Distant.

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    In my opinion these widely utilized questions are not particularly good because they are highly abstract, rather than neutral. Socionics tells us -- or rather, theorizes -- that people have different perspectives in orienting themselves to the world, some of which are directed towards abstract values much like these questions, and some of which are not. It would be better, in my opinion, to design a set of questions that is more open-ended so as to allow people to describe their own world perspective, rather than telling them that concepts such as "beauty," or "the military," or indeed even things like "daily chores" are important aspects of their identity and then asking them for further clarification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aestrivex View Post
    In my opinion these widely utilized questions are not particularly good because they are highly abstract, rather than neutral.
    You are welcome to suggest you own questions in addition to these.

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    @aconite , thanks for this! The questions are good, but I'm not sure how much they really get into the functions (elements). I liked the site you found: Sociotypograph and perhaps there should be another Questionnaire based on it, asking people to elaborate on why they chose each particular choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyamitide View Post
    You are welcome to suggest you own questions in addition to these.
    yes, of course i am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aestrivex View Post
    In my opinion these widely utilized questions are not particularly good because they are highly abstract, rather than neutral. Socionics tells us -- or rather, theorizes -- that people have different perspectives in orienting themselves to the world, some of which are directed towards abstract values much like these questions, and some of which are not. It would be better, in my opinion, to design a set of questions that is more open-ended so as to allow people to describe their own world perspective, rather than telling them that concepts such as "beauty," or "the military," or indeed even things like "daily chores" are important aspects of their identity and then asking them for further clarification.
    Well, there's just been moderate success at best when people are asked to describe themselves and how they are like as people. I have that question in my MBTI questionnaire and when I didn't add anything specific to it, some people, especially sensors, had great troubles understanding what was really asked of them. They needed more specific and concrete details to work with.

    Even then, a lot of people didn't know what to say, it became too open-ended. Also, if you ask people to just write about themselves, chances are that you might actually not get the information you are looking for at all. We're not giving out free therapy sessions; we're trying to type people.

    We have to make a trade-off between what's fast and efficient and yet provides with somewhat accurate results. I think it will be hard to get away from more specific questions for that reason alone. If your objection is about language used, then that's a problem since we are naturally inhibited by language itself and language controls communication. Regional and personal interpretations of language will occur, and language shapes our worlds. Yet there is also a universal quality most people can understand, even if this understanding is simply learned rather than innate, e.g. the word "war" will still infer to some basic idea of people fighting and killing each other as a result of trying to control a territory. A very much imagined one, but a territory nevertheless. And we have dictionaries that are meant to summarize the most common understanding of a word evne if this is not true across the board.

    I do believe that humans interpret everything subjectively at some level simply because my reality is not your reality and even if the sensory input is the same, e.g. an image of a starving African child, the meaning of this image will be different to us. My impression is that you got troubles with how people attach different meanings to a word rather than the word itself. Sometimes the word just is.


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