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Your Sociotype: SEI-1Fe SiFe (ISFp)
Sensing Ethical Introvert - The Mediator

Brief Description of the SEI

Using introverted sensing as her base function and extroverted intuition as her creative, the SEI excels at creatively applying her introverted sensing to improve the mood of those around her. As with the ESE, the SEI is in tune with people's emotional states and seeks to mitigate conflict and encourage a harmonious atmosphere. The SEI's creativity is practically unlimited, and this skill is used in a number of pursuits including graphic design, music, and culinary arts, to name a few. Generally speaking, this creativity is channeled towards uses that will have a positive impact on at least one person's emotional state; as such, the SEI would prefer not to channel her creativity towards more impersonal endeavors. At her best, the SEI applies sensori stimuli (in the form of art, good food, etc.) to make herself and those around her comfortable and content; at her worst, the SEI can become highly emotional, and these emotions can become very volatile--changing quickly from happiness to sadness to anger within minutes. Furthermore, these volatile and strong emotional states will be shared freely with those around her--to either their pleasure or detriment.

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Other Possible Types

  1. ESE (ESFj): 81% as likely as SEI. Compare the SEI (ISFp) and ESE (ESFj) types here!
  2. IEI (INFp): 64% as likely as SEI. Compare the SEI (ISFp) and IEI (INFp) types here!
  3. SLI (ISTp): 50% as likely as SEI. Compare the SEI (ISFp) and SLI (ISTp) types here!

Relative Quadra Values

Sociotype Characteristics

Small Groups First Tier Dichotomies Second Tier Dichotomies Third Tier Dichotomies Fourth Tier Dichotomies
  • Introvert
  • Sensing
  • Ethical
  • Irrational (Perceiving)
  • Dynamic
  • Yielding
  • Democratic
  • Strategic
  • Emotivist
  • Carefree
  • Merry
  • Judicious
  • Negativist
  • Process
  • Declaring

Model A Function Strengths and Values

These graphs depict the strength of each of the information elements in Model A and how much each is valued. The left graph depicts your Model A and the right graph depicts that of your dual. The

Your Model A Dual's Model A
Function Information Element Relative Strength Relative Value Information Element Relative Strength Relative Value
    Leading
    Creative
    Role
    Vulnerable

    Suggestive
    Mobilizing
    Ignoring
    Demonstrative
Si
Fe
Ni
Te

Ne
Ti
Se
Fi
35%
40%
15%
10%

15%
10%
35%
40%
35%
40%
15%
10%

35%
40%
15%
10%
Ne
Ti
Se
Fi

Si
Fe
Ni
Te
35%
40%
15%
10%

15%
10%
35%
40%
35%
40%
15%
10%

35%
40%
15%
10%

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