As I've stated before, I'm interested in finding physiological mechanisms behind personality differences and relationship choices.
Here's the link to abstracts of the journal Personality and Individual Differences since it first came out in 1980: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/01918869
Readers may find it interesting to browse through the abstracts and take in the refreshingly empirical approach, though it usually produces mundane results.
If anyone knows of better sources in this field -- perhaps something that separates the wheat from the chaff -- please post a link.
Perhaps somewhere between the plodding, generally unenlightening empirical research machine that is modern academic science and the intuitive, oversimplified, and semantics dependent philosophizing of socionics and other typologies a connection can be made that spawns a new and better theory of personality and relationships.