Official site

Humanitarian Socionics


Receptive-adaptive temperament in socionics

Carriers of the receptive-adaptive temperament are able to adapt to the conditions of the surrounding environment with minimal energy exertion.

Mode of operation of the receptive-adaptive types. These types are not very active. They depend on the changing internal rhythms. They have a subtle sense of when to show situational activity, depending on the situation.

Emotionality of the receptive-adaptive types. These types are highly sensitive, which leads to their frequent mood swings for well-hidden internal reasons that are not clear to an outside observer.

Conflict. These types try to smooth out disagreements, without going too deep to figure out who is right and who made a mistake. Alternatively, they may immediately leave the area and remove themselves from the conflict.

Attention of the receptive-adaptive types. These types can perform several parallel tasks at a time if these do not require significant efforts.

Visible signs. Gestures are not very active but performed by the whole body.



10.08.2020 13:37
Восприимчиво-адаптивный темперамент у СЭИ, ИЭИ, ИЛИ и СЛИ. Робеспьеры относятся к уравновешенно-стабильным.


11.06.2020 10:29
Может. Я сам Аналитик и у меня такой темперамент. Правда в большинстве конфликтов касающихся меня обычно устарняюсь. Если детей то да, неважно кто прав.


20.03.2020 15:48
У меня тип роб .может ли быть у роба восприимчиво-адаптивной темперамент?
1000 characters left

Don't miss this, it's also


Type structure

What is the socionic type? The concept of sociotype in socionics

What is the socionic type? The concept of sociotype in socionics


Logic and ethics. Dichotomy logic / ethics in socionics

Dichotomies in socionics. Logic and ethics. Logicians, unlike ethicists, while in the objective world, learn and master it through...


The Fourth Quadra (Delta) — types, values, mission of the quadra in socionics

Socionics. Fourth Quadra (Delta) - types, values of the Delta Quadra, mission of the Fourth Quadra. Humanitarian socionics