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    Phoenix Incarnate Sentura's Avatar
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    my word, why is estrogen/female always associated with intuition? it makes the whole scale reek of social inspiration rather than profound thinking.
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    Builder 10
    Explorer 24
    Negotiator 25
    Director 29

    The descriptions lack precision.
    Artes, Scientia, Veritasiness

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    You scored: 25 as Explorer, 18 as Builder, 17 as Director, 37 as Negotiator.

    Accurate as far as it goes, but I'm very dubious that the four types (which are basically the same as Keirsey's temperaments) can be linked to simple biochemistry in this way.

    For starters, serotonin and dopamine are neurotransmitters, while testosterone and estrogen are hormones, so this doesn't make much sense.
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    With no problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
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    There are strong parallels here to the Bartle Test of gamer type. I'd not be surprised if the latter found its origin here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aderack View Post
    There are strong parallels here to the Bartle Test of gamer type. I'd not be surprised if the latter found its origin here.
    I got Socializer-Explorer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aderack View Post
    There are strong parallels here to the Bartle Test of gamer type. I'd not be surprised if the latter found its origin here.
    Test is right here - Bartle Test of Gamer Psychology | gamerDNA

    I'm not really a MMORPG player, but I took it anyway. My results:

    Your gamerDNA is:
    Killer

    The Killer motto: "No enemy left standing!" Description:

    It's the thrill of the kill. Trophies are okay, but that momentary rush attained from besting an opponent is what it's all about.

    People with high Killer scores prefer the player-versus-player aspect of any game more than anything offered by the environment. They relish the adrenaline and challenge of pitting themselves against real people. Not all Killers are gankers as some critics claim. While getting the jump on the unprepared for a quick kill is important fun for some Killers, many prefer group PvP and revel in a well executed team maneuver that blows away the opposing side.
    Secondary influences

    * Killer Achievers pit themselves against PvE challenges as well--though often it's a means to an end. A KA often enjoys PvP that focuses on their skill as an individual contributor (duels, and so forth) as well as their personal position on competitive ladders and such.
    * Killer Socializers often seek out PvP in a game, but they are looking to socialize with and form alliances and teams with other players who are interested in doing the same. KS tend to seek out guilds or clans that organize formal PvP events, or work on group strategies and tactics.
    * Killer Explorers like to feel immersed in a virtual worlds and see themselves as a great villain or crusader within that world. They seek out challenges against other players, but they are going to find all the areas of that world. Trust an KE to know all the best ambush spots and sniper perches.

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    • 13/100 You scored 20 on Explorer, higher than 13% of your peers.
    • 71/100 You scored 27 on Builder, higher than 71% of your peers.
    • 66/100 You scored 29 on Director, higher than 66% of your peers.
    • 28/100 You scored 25 on Negotiator, higher than 28% of your peers.
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    Yeah, I don't know about that specific application of the theory. Most overt tests seem to be structured around MMOs, which I agree is kind of limiting.

    The theory is pretty similar to the above, though.

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    * 95/100 You scored 38 on Negotiator, higher than 95% of your peers.
    * 71/100 You scored 27 on Builder, higher than 71% of your peers.
    * 26/100 You scored 23 on Explorer, higher than 26% of your peers.
    * 20/100 You scored 21 on Director, higher than 20% of your peers.

    Negotiators seek the ideal partner: someone with whom they can make an intensely intimate, deeply meaningful, inspiring and spiritual connection. They are popular with all types because they are flexible, appreciative, affectionate, good at reading other's thoughts and feelings, empathetic and superb at expressing their own ideas and emotions. Prefer to go out with one person at a time, and to avoid social events when getting to know someone. Can be deeply hurt by rejection. They are the most romantic of the four types. They are more complex than they often seem. Their ring fingers are usually shorter than their index fingers! Sex is an essential part of a partnership but must be mixed with romance, communication and emotional intimacy: sex and love are intertwined. They have a rich fantasy life, which can be tarnished if become disillusioned with their partner's imperfections. Negotiators trust their intuition.
    Of course the Negotiator is the last type to pick out of the 4, lol...
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    When all I want to do is strip away these stilled constraints
    And crush this charade, shred this sad, masquerade"
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