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    Already two threads on the fake smiles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    I've done this kind of test a couple times before. This time I scored 28, highest by far. I don't get it. I'm supposed to be bad at this kind of thing... I think I may be turning into an extrovert
    Actually, you can get the right answers on the eye test by deduction. In most cases, the answer choices were all so ridiculous that only one could possible be correct. For instance, I remember one on there that had a pair of generally sad or weary looking eyes, and the answer choices were something like the following: (1) decisive, (2) flirtatious, (3) ashamed, (4) playful. The only possible answer is (3), even if you don't think the eyes look all that ashamed. So even when you can't tell what exact emotion the eyes themselves are reflecting, you can make at least a partially educated guess from among the answer choices.

    If this were a test where you had to write down what emotion the eyes were reflecting without answer choices, I would surely fail. And not just because it'd difficult to tell what someone is feeling, but also (mostly) because disembodied eyes that are grainy and have been distorted in some image editor or other do not lend themselves well to accurate reading.
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    20.according to this i have autism. snif snif

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    I've done this kind of test a couple times before. This time I scored 28, highest by far. I don't get it. I'm supposed to be bad at this kind of thing... I think I may be turning into an extrovert
    You're probably just a girl. I think we're supposed to be good at reading facial expressions, even the Ts.
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    34/36 for the eyes and 17/20 on the fake smile (last time I checked.)
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    Reading the mind in the eyes
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    For all of them, I didn't even look at the choices first. Just zoomed the pic, made my assumption and saw my option on the list.

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    I scored 33.

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    I got 31 on the Eye quiz.

    Frankly, I wish people would hone this skill more, so they would stop assuming I'm angry when it could be one of many different moods I'm in, or that I'm just concentrating.

    I look deadly serious a lot of the time, though I am not ultimately a very serious person at all.

    Intense maybe---but really not serious.

    By the way---do other ENFPs have this problem? Or am I some kind of malfunctioning ENFP?

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    24/36 for the eyes. Apparently below average. Not sure why it's difficult for me. But I've read teens sometimes have more trouble reading emotions

    Haven't done the smile quiz... need to download flash and I don't want to close my browser right now hahah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenINsFJ View Post
    Reading the mind in the eyes
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    For all of them, I didn't even look at the choices first. Just zoomed the pic, made my assumption and saw my option on the list.
    I got the same score, and that's what I did as well.
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