Socionics is the study of the intertype relations that describe the high-level relationship between psychological types of people, and not between the actual people. This is the reason these relations are called “intertype” relations. The relations between actual people are complicated and depend on many different factors. Meanwhile, the intertype relations form the foundation of interactions and describe various degrees of psychological compatibility between people. Influencers can predict a target or target community’s type and then engage with that target as a particular type of relation to achieve a certain effect or to build a particular relationship [7].

Because it focuses on how individuals and populations conceptualize worldviews and internalize information, the levels of spiral dynamics can be employed to launch tailored and precise psychological targeted attacks against specific individuals and niche communities and evoke a predictable and desired response from the attacks. Adversaries can craft their social media lures, misinformation, and fake news according to their target’s life conditions, mental capacities, economic status, education level, political beliefs, sense of tribalism, sense of family, religion, or any number of other factors. Each additional “filter” decreases the victim pool but increases the success rate of compromising the desired victims.

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