## Point of least resistance

The polr is an area full of misconceptions and frustration, but it’s also an area of growth. Instead of wholly rejecting it, we can, to an extent, embrace it and learn.

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# Tag: Socionics

## Point of least resistance

## Socionics glossary

## Function transfer – to move towards our strength

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## The problem of statistics and how common a type is

The polr is an area full of misconceptions and frustration, but it’s also an area of growth. Instead of wholly rejecting it, we can, to an extent, embrace it and learn.

Coming from MBTI and trying to learn socionics, or even diving into it on its own, can be a daunting task. Information is often inaccessible, and there are plenty of new terms, even from the view of someone that is well experienced in MBTI. If you can use the language of MBTI to talk straight …

In the stack of cognitive functions, through model A, influenced by dimensionality, and in even more detail through the different dichotomies we can apply to each function, some functions are stronger, and some are weaker. In some, we have a lot of confidence; in others, we have almost none at all. Through some, we feel …

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Socionics 101 Introduction to socionics Information elements Cognitive functions Socionics functions, or the functional stack Quadras Alpha quadra Beta quadra Gamma quadra Delta quadra Relationships Romance style Intertype relationships – an introduction (In progress…) Type descriptions IEI – visionary of revolutions LII – creating systems, one after another ENTJ, the LIE: how type descriptions influence …

Type statistics is a common reoccurrence in MBTI, and the rarity of certain types often comes up in discussions. However, throwing around numbers, statistics and how many of a certain type you may or may not know, each has their own problems. First of all, many of the statistics out there are based on tests. …

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