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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    It opened up the idea of what is, or what is not, a good way to measure personality traits. It's not a matter of taking the test seriously, but of discussing why it's inconsistent with other tests that measure similar aspects of personality (and Big 5 is one of the most "valid" ones out there) & what that implies about its methods. The test may be silly, but that doesn't make the idea uninteresting, to some anyway.
    Whatever floats your boat.

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    The outside-the-box achiever

    You're goal-oriented, and always approach tasks in the most efficient way. You enjoy problem solving and intellectual challenges, and often solve them in unconventional ways. You're curious and imaginative, but need order in your life in order to enjoy it completely. Once you have found a structure nothing can distract you from achieving what you want.

    67% efficient, organized, thorough, self-disciplined
    63% curious, unconventional, imaginative, artistic
    46% sociable, adventurous, outgoing, energetic
    25% sympathetic, modest, compliant, forgiving

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtzk View Post
    I seem to have gotten a new one.

    The artist
    You're original, curious and creative. You like finding new paths and solving problems in unconventional ways. You're more interested in the bigger picture, than the details, and you approach tasks from a bird's-eye view. You're open to new experiences and intellectual challenges, and you appreciate art and beauty

    25% sociable, adventurous, outgoing, energetic
    50% sympathetic, modest, compliant, forgiving
    46% efficient, organized, thorough, self-disciplined
    79% curious, unconventional, imaginative, artistic

    I also got this. my %'s like anyone gives a damn:

    46% sociable, adventurous, outgoing, energetic
    29% sympathetic, modest, compliant, forgiving
    46% efficient, organized, thorough, self-disciplined
    79% curious, unconventional, imaginative, artistic

    I'm an artist irl.

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    The artist
    You're original, curious and creative. You like finding new paths and solving problems in unconventional ways. You're more interested in the bigger picture, than the details, and you approach tasks from a bird's-eye view. You're open to new experiences and intellectual challenges, and you appreciate art and beauty.

    83% curious, unconventional, imaginative, artistic
    54% sympathetic, modest, compliant, forgiving
    46% efficient, organized, thorough, self-disciplined
    17% sociable, adventurous, outgoing, energetic

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    I retook it and got a different result since the pics to change. I went from intellectual hippie to organized philanthropist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    You guys aren't actually taking this seriously, are you? :P
    Yes. Is that ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    You guys aren't actually taking this seriously, are you? :P
    It's just like MBTI - I get a different result every time I take it. It's grrrrreat!

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    Count me in as another strong introvert who got 'social creature'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    The life surfer
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    This makes you sound ENTP!
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    Oh, I see. It's measuring everything except neuroticism.
    Hmmm, if there is a correlation at all, the life surfer (for example) would then correspond to S(X)UEI. And that really does match up to ENTP (which btw is at least ¾ correct in my case, if not 4/4) Good call...

    Now to answer the question of whether picture preference has anything at all to do with type:

    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I mean, I chose some of the concert pics because I love live music, not because I love crowds of people.....
    This part is really tricky, and is probably why it isn’t matching up as well as it could. Liking live music is a whole other dimension than liking the energy of the concert (as opposed to the other calmer picture which I usually found boring ) So you can still like the concert picture that way and be an I, whereas my reasonings place me dangerously teetering on the E-borderline.

    It doesn’t seem that random, but does need a lot of work. There’s probably something to this.

    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    why do people attempt to make such clear distinctions between serious and not serious? everything can be taken seriously on a level. everything can be taken not seriously on a level. both offer new insights if you are looking at them closely.
    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    It opened up the idea of what is, or what is not, a good way to measure personality traits. It's not a matter of taking the test seriously, but of discussing why it's inconsistent with other tests that measure similar aspects of personality (and Big 5 is one of the most "valid" ones out there) & what that implies about its methods. The test may be silly, but that doesn't make the idea uninteresting, to some anyway.
    Indeed, ‘tis interesting and greatly balanced with serious and not serious
    Tune into Ventrilo weeknights between 6pm and 1am PST for continuation of universe dominating shenanigans and occassional type-related propaganda.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post


    I think you're being a little too deep.

    It's just a silly test.

    Meh...
    why does my analysis bother you? :confused:

    i mean that genuinely, not rudely. just like... if you don't care... then why do you care?

    like, i totally agree with you that it's a silly test. but why does that mean we shouldn't talk about it? imo it's really interesting to discuss all the different reasons why people could associate with a certain picture. i'm a very, very visual learner, so images really mean a lot to me. they have a huge impact on my daily life. and then obviously this is a typology forum... so talking about typology... well...

    lol though. "too deep". that's one of the most flattering criticisms i've ever gotten, from my perspective.

    i dunno. i guess you'll probably think i'm overthinking it all again. that's just kind of the way my mind works. sorry if it bugs you.


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