FiSe

This page is dedicated to the FiSe. The graphic to the right shows what the standard function development of this type looks like. Unfortunately, we have not yet written an in-depth profile for this page. We are still gathering information related to this type and as more samples come into our database we will be extracting out a detailed profile based on all the shared psychological characteristics of those with this vultology. In the meantime, feel free to follow the links below to learn about all the aspects of psychology that come together to create the FiSe. If you’re really curious, you may also find information about this type by examining the FiSe samples in our database or browse the type threads on our forum. The video below demonstrates what this type looks like using ten real FiSe samples.

Function Hierarchy Fi (SeNi) Te
Function Quadrant Gamma
Energetic Quadrant Compass
Approx. Temperament ISF (Introverted Sensing Feeling):
  • Reserved
  • Reflective
  • Contemplative
  • Dislikes crowds or busy places in general
  • Prefers solitary tasks
  • Seeks self-expression
  • In the present
  • Prefers clear facts and discussions
  • Ethical
  • Passionate
  • Agreeable & Caring
  • Poetic
  • Affected
  • Idealistic tendencies
  • Attuned to the somatic
  • Appreciates sensory detail & nuances
  • Dislikes poetic & metaphorical speech
  • Somewhat sensationalist
  • Decorative & Artistic
  • Guided by the heart
Subtypes FiSe-Fi / FiSe-Se / FiSe-Ni / FiSe-Te
Resources FiSe Book Excerpt, Vultology Breakdown
Currently this page is a stump. If you are an FiSe and have been visually confirmed, please consider helping us expand this page by submitting your information to our research team. The team at cognitivetype.com is offering $10 for an autobiography of 500 words or more.