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Scott Schremmer, Elena Ames and Viktor Guilenko Socionics was developed in the former Soviet Union during the 1970s by the Lithuanian researcher Aušra Augustinavičiūtė. The name "Socionics" is derived from the word "society" because it is theorized that each type has a distinct purpose in society. The central idea of Socionics is that information is divisible into eight categories that when combined, result in different ways of perceiving, processing and producing information. They are roughly equivalent to the eight functions used by MBTI, however, they differ in several key ways. First, ... Read more

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