Relations of Duality{.nav-link2}

These relations are the most favourable and comfortable of all intertype relations providing complete psychological compatibility. Dual partners are like two halves of a whole unit.

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Identical Relations{.nav-link2}

These are relations of complete understanding between partners but with an inability to help each other.

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These relations are the easiest and quickest to start. Activity partners do not experience any visual difficulties when starting relations which can be surprising to them at the beginning.

Outcomes: 1-1,

Mirror Relations{.nav-link2}

These are relations of mutual correction. Mirror partners have similar interests and ideas, but a slightly different understanding of the same problems.

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Relations of Semi-Duality{.nav-link2}

These are relations of deficient Duality. Semi-Duality partners usually have no problems in understanding each other or each other’s objectives, at least when these objectives are only on paper.

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Comparative Relations{.nav-link2}

These are relations of deceptive similarity. Comparative partners talk about similar things, have similar interests, obey the norms of politeness and hospitality towards each other.

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Conflicting Relations{.nav-link2}

These are relations of constantly developing conflict. Conflicting relations have the worst compatibility between partners among all other relations.

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Super-Ego Relations{.nav-link2}

These are relations of mutual respect between partners. Super-Ego partners may think of each other as a distant and slightly mysterious ideal. They often show interest in each other’s manners and behaviour.

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Quasi-Identical Relations{.nav-link2}

These are relations of major misunderstanding. Quasi-Identical partners can interact with each other in a more or less peaceful manner if both partners are Thinking types.

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Contrary Relations{.nav-link2}

These are relations of an unstable psychological distance. Both partners experience difficulties in establishing and keeping a stable psychological distance between them.

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Illusionary Relations{.nav-link2}

These are relations of growing laziness. There are no other intertype relations that can deactivate partners so much as Illusionary relations.

Outcomes: 2 - 1, I & T 5 - 0 E & F,

Look-a-like Relations{.nav-link2}

These are relations between equal partners which can be called acquaintances rather than friends. There are no visual obstacles in the development of these relations, partners can talk easily.

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Relations of Benefit{.nav-link2}

These relations are asymmetrical. One partner, called the Benefactor, is always in a more favourable position in respect to the other partner who is known as Beneficiary.

Outcomes: F 0 - 0 F, T 1 - 0 F

Relations of Supervision{.nav-link2}

These relations are also asymmetrical as are relations of Benefit. One partner, called the Supervisor, is always in a more favourable position in respect to the other partner who is known as Supervisee.

Outcomes: 1-1, E 1-0 I,

References: http://www.socionics.com/rel/rel.htm

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