Socionics tests

Socionics tests


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Socionics tests (for Android 2.3+ smartphones)
This program contains some reference information about socionics and a three tests (all tests are in Russian only)

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Some authors consider socionics not a science. Use these tests at your own risk.

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Keirsey test that was implemented in this application sometimes fails to determine the sociotype. This happens because of the same number of responses in favor of paired characteristics. Keirsey test was taken from the book by E.S. Filatova "Искусство понимать себя и окружающих"

Recent changes:
Fixed some minor bugs.
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About Socionics tests
--- Application support discontinued. ---


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Socionics tests (for Android 2.3+ smartphones)
This program contains some reference information about socionics and a three tests (all tests are in Russian only)

--
Some authors consider socionics not a science. Use these tests at your own risk.

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Keirsey test that was implemented in this application sometimes fails to determine the sociotype. This happens because of the same number of responses in favor of paired characteristics. Keirsey test was taken from the book by E.S. Filatova "Искусство понимать себя и окружающих"

Recent changes:
Fixed some minor bugs.

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A Google User
Jul 9, 2012
Not bad, but needs to be corrected Keirsey test is implemented well, but in Meged-Ovcharov's test implementation there is a huge mistake which makes it unusable: the introveesy and extravercy criterias are swapped, so for example typical Robespierre is detected as Jack London, and vise versa. Please correct that bug!
A Google User
Jul 9, 2012
Not bad, but needs to be corrected Keirsey test is implemented well, but in Meged-Ovcharov's test implementation there is a huge mistake which makes it unusable: the introveesy and extravercy criterias are swapped, so for example typical Robespierre is detected as Jack London, and vise versa. Please correct that bug!