This is a question, more than an assertion.... But I'll here post videos of Identical Twins (not fraternal) and see what their type is via VR reading, even when they're raised in different environments.
Oh my this is fascinating! These two bicker a lot. They don't agree on everything, but the quality if quick/snippy arguing is present in both. They have an equal level of conviction behind their words, and fast dismissiveness. As well as a habit of interrupting each other.
Wow, this is really interesting - thanks for posting Erifrail I've always been interested in the concept of identical twins as it applies to psychology. In these examples, it's pretty clear which behaviors are from a genetic source and which are adapted from experience.
With both sets of twins, the sisters are the same type for sure. It's pretty clear that the younger twins are articulator leads, I would say TeSi. I think the older twins are TeNi. In both cases, they have the same persona and mannerisms, however each individual is slightly different in their own way. For example, in the first set of twins, the sister with the darker hair has a lot more energy and laughs more than her twin even though she articulates in an almost identical manner.
This is shockingly fascinating! They're all indeed the same type as their twin. And the same doesn't seem to hold true for fraternal twins. This supports the notion that type is indeed Genetic, and not something formed via environment in one's early years. The first set of twins in the OP, who were separated at birth, definitely validate this hypothesis.
Yes, I'd say the first twins are likely TeSi The second twins (older) are likely TeNi The male twins are Fi+Si users of some sort (need more footage)
What about the Olsen twins? You used a video of them in the TiNe video but you've only had any information regarding one of them (Ashley, iirc). Is the other one TiNe too? Or would they seem to be an exception?
I was also initially confused as to why they were different types when I read them, and was sincerely entertaining the idea that perhaps this isn't genetically founded after all, but then I realized that, no, they're not identical. O: It made sense. I still haven't found two identical twins that aren't the same cognitive type. But there's a lot more data needed still.
Though the basic EEG pattern remains a standard one from person to person, each individual has his own unique EEG pattern. The same individual given two separate EEG tests weeks or months apart will generate the same alpha wave pattern, assuming the conditions of the tests are the same. Identical twins will both have the same pattern. One twin will virtually match the second twin to the extent that the two tracings appear to be from the same individual on two separate occasions.