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I plan on asking any additional questions seperately so the expert is paid accordingly. I just want someone who can answer them, not all on this request. TY
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To make sure I am understanding both questions, I will break it down. What is the difference between Jung's "Types" and "Socionics"? I will add to what is above. Each person seems to be eager more by either the external world (extraversion) or the internal world (introversion).” What Jung called a person’s psychological type consists of his or her preference in each category. This can be taking in information, which he called perceiving, or organizing information and coming to conclusion, which he called judging. Socionics is a theory of how individuals select and process information. Socionics foundation is based on four Jungian dichotomies! How do they apply to one another? They apply to one another because the 15 dichotomies listed here: http://www.sociotype.com/socionics/dichotomies/ This is the foundation of Socionics! Of course Socionics organizes a person's psyche by dividing it into eight separate functions; this organizational structure is commonly referred to as Model A. Learn about the basis of Model A here: http://www.sociotype.com/socionics/model_a/#sthash.Cb9zeCmj.dpuf
You have worked hard enough on this but I am not connecting with your answers.
Is what your saying is that Jungs "Type" is insufficent in explaining our motovations and desires so Socionics was created to fill those voids? If that is true I am understanding that may be possible. Using as simple a statement as you can, tell me how one part of me is ENTP and the other is ISFP. What is missing from TYPE that Socionics adds. Simple, please.
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