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Wikisocion is a site for the whole socionics community. Its purpose is to bring together and organize information in a way that allows anyone to improve and clarify it. You can edit pages on this site by going through a simple registration process (see the link on the upper right). Wikisocion is a non-commercial, permanent project that does not represent the interests of any single school of socionics, but is instead meant to accurately describe socionics as a whole and be a platform for numerous collaborative research projects. In addition to the English version of Wikisocion, a Russian version (see machine translation) is being developed as well.
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- Classical socionics
- Jungian and Renin Dichotomies — including type dichotomies comparison table.
- Subtyping systems and subtype descriptions — different subtyping schemes used by modern socionists.
- Intertype relations observations
- Articles - collection of pertinent published works and essays.
- General issues in Socionics
- Hypotheses — Review and analysis of new theories and conjectures
- Socionics resources in English
- Socionics Schools, Clubs, and Organizations
- Books and journals
- Socionics discussion forums
Applications and community
- Socionists — Information about people who have published work on socionics in English or whose works have been (machine-)translated
- Meetings and seminars — When and where people are getting together
- Famous people types — Types of famous people, arguments for and against them (needs contributions)
- Socionists' typings of famous people.
- Type domains — Personal introduction to the world of each of the socionic types
- Applications of socionics — Areas where socionics can be applied, including other fields of science and knowledge