ESE vs SLI Compared by Functions

ESE vs SLI Compared by Functions

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Rush

Inability to calculate their time properly. Struggles with time management and waiting.

Waiting

Waiting for the right moment. Manages time wisely, showing life-wisdom.

Conservatism

Applying old methods to new tasks. Encourages new ideas and initiatives.

Boredom

Need for novelty and unusual situations. Needs recognition and new challenges to stay motivated.

Caretaking

Taking care of those who can't care for themselves. Nurturing. Attentive to others' practical and comfort needs.

Harmonization

Finding a middle ground between extremes. Sense of comfort. Harmonious. Pursues natural harmony and sensory novelty.

Concentration of Effort

Focusing all efforts on the task at hand. Firm in defending interests and pushing activities.

Self-preservation

Avoiding others' conflicts, but sharply (inadequately) responding to invasions of their own territory. Resists pressure and avoids competition.

Fluctuation

Need for analysis and explanation of events (doubts and hesitations, unsure of right or wrong). Needs clear systems and structures.

Common Sense

Following a reasonable order and common sense. Reliable, clear, and resource-efficient in work.

Fussiness

Excessive expenditure of energy (can be done more calmly). Active and engaged in practical matters.

Technicity

Skillful application of methods that reduce labor or financial costs. Practical. Skilled, resourceful, and improves efficiency.

Resentfulness

Judging others' actions from a moral standpoint. Inability to maintain psychological distance. Demands respectful and ethical behavior.

Habituation

Habituation. Attachment. Inclusion through good treatment. Selective. Prefers deep, trusted relationships and keeps distance.

Emotional Pressing

Expressing emotions about people and events. Strong emotional influence on others.

Apathy

Exhaustion as a result of engagement in intense emotions. Detached. Shifts between calm and emotional outbursts.