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    Senior Member Moiety's Avatar
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    Your score is 52, on a scale of 0 (low self-monitor) to 100 (high self-monitor). You are neither a high nor low self-monitor.

    Equilibrium as it should be.

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    I scored a 62 / 100. But I'm pretty sure I self-monitor even more than that, haha.

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    Eh 46, kinda boring score really.

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    81/100 High self-monitor

    Hardly a suprise. Since the only way to socialy fit in, is to not act like me.
    When I turn this off social interaction with me can be quite difficult.

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    25 lol..Moderately low...I guess it's TOO low for me.

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    A boring 45.

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    I found some of the questions weren't very applicable because they implied extroverted behaviours that I avoid when possible.

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    I started to take the test and didn't finish it. From my understanding what the author of the test was actually measuring was what I would call "locus of control."

    I consider myself a high self-monitor in the sense that I find it useful to pay attention to my thoughts and feelings and act upon them in consciously appropriate ways. Sometimes that is spontaneous, other times requires a moment or two of considering my options.

    But my locus of control is internal. That means that I use those thoughts and feelings of mine to determine my actions.

    What the testor calls high self-monitoring is actually, from what I could understand, an external locus of control. The test asks questions about whether one monitors others' behaviors and adjusts their behavior accordingly. To me that would be high other-monitoring.

    The semantics problem fogged the issue for me.

    One style, in the extreme, could be called being self-conscious and maybe the other could be called being self-aware.

    Make sense?
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    I started to take the test and didn't finish it. From my understanding what the author of the test was actually measuring was what I would call "locus of control."

    I consider myself a high self-monitor in the sense that I find it useful to pay attention to my thoughts and feelings and act upon them in consciously appropriate ways. Sometimes that is spontaneous, other times requires a moment or two of considering my options.

    But my locus of control is internal. That means that I use those thoughts and feelings of mine to determine my actions.

    What the testor calls high self-monitoring is actually, from what I could understand, an external locus of control. The test asks questions about whether one monitors others' behaviors and adjusts their behavior accordingly. To me that would be high other-monitoring.

    The semantics problem fogged the issue for me.

    One style, in the extreme, could be called being self-conscious and maybe the other could be called being self-aware.

    Make sense?
    Yeah, and by that I know I'm a high self-monitor. In a more negative way too, I think. If I'm not acting a way I think I 'should be' I get internally tense (Stretching a rubber band) and try and find a way to relieve that tension. As for adjusting my behavior to others... I don't think I do that a lot, at least not very consciously.
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    Kickin' Ass since 1984 GargoylesLegacy's Avatar
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    Your score is 40, on a scale of 0 (low self-monitor) to 100 (high self-monitor).
    Awesome.

    I just dun have any interest in acting different only for people to like me etc. Good to see I changed.
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