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    @.~*virinaĉo*~.@ Totenkindly's Avatar
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    My spread is all within 7% of each other, and aside from the "greater emphasis on rhythm" (I mean, for years I played rhythm keys/piano in music ensembles), only a small portion of the description fits me.

    Energetic & Rhythmic
    53% Reflective-Complex, 56% Intense-Rebellious, 58% Upbeat-Conventional and 60% Energetic-Rhythmic!

    The Energetic and Rhythmic dimension exhibits comparatively less positive and negative emotion, is moderately energetic, and tends to place greater emphasis on rhythm.



    The Energetic and Rhythmic dimension was positively related to Extraversion, Agreeableness, flirtatiousness, liberalism, self-perceived attractiveness, and athleticism and negatively related to social dominance orientation and conservatism. Thus, individuals who enjoy Energetic and Rhythmic music tend to be talkative, full of energy, are forgiving, see themselves as physically attractive, and tend to eschew conservative ideals.
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    I didnt knew 10% of the bands listed there, but I marked that I like theme music

    Intense & Rebellious

    63% Reflective-Complex, 75% Intense-Rebellious, 29% Upbeat-Conventional and 55% Energetic-Rhythmic!

    The Intense and Rebellious dimension displays moderately complex structure and intense negative emotions.



    The Intense and Rebellious dimension was positively related to Openness to New Experiences, athleticism, self-perceived intelligence, and verbal ability. Interestingly, despite previous findings that this dimension contains music that emphasizes negative emotions, individuals who prefer music in this dimension do not appear to display signs of neuroticism or disagreeableness. Overall, individuals who prefer intense and rebellious music tend to be curious about different things, enjoy taking risks, are physically active, and consider themselves intelligent.
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    Intense & Rebellious

    66% Reflective-Complex, 94% Intense-Rebellious, 46% Upbeat-Conventional and 30% Energetic-Rhythmic!


    The Intense and Rebellious dimension displays moderately complex structure and intense negative emotions.



    The Intense and Rebellious dimension was positively related to Openness to New Experiences, athleticism, self-perceived intelligence, and verbal ability. Interestingly, despite previous findings that this dimension contains music that emphasizes negative emotions, individuals who prefer music in this dimension do not appear to display signs of neuroticism or disagreeableness. Overall, individuals who prefer intense and rebellious music tend to be curious about different things, enjoy taking risks, are physically active, and consider themselves intelligent.

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    Intense & Rebellious
    66% Reflective-Complex, 81% Intense-Rebellious, 46% Upbeat-Conventional and 45% Energetic-Rhythmic!

    The Intense and Rebellious dimension displays moderately complex structure and intense negative emotions.

    The Intense and Rebellious dimension was positively related to Openness to New Experiences, athleticism, self-perceived intelligence, and verbal ability. Interestingly, despite previous findings that this dimension contains music that emphasizes negative emotions, individuals who prefer music in this dimension do not appear to display signs of neuroticism or disagreeableness. Overall, individuals who prefer intense and rebellious music tend to be curious about different things, enjoy taking risks, are physically active, and consider themselves intelligent.
    Hmm, not sure if this fits me. I'm curious and I do think I'm intelligent . But I don't take a lot of risks and I'm not especially physically active.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post


    I actually quit the test in the middle; if they put Fatboy Slim and Bjork together, and put Bach and Beethoven together, and put REM and Alanis Morisette together, then I don't trust their results even remotely. After all, in each pair that I listed, there is an artist that I love and an artist that I don't love.

    It would have been a better test if they'd used music samples.
    The thing that I didn't like about this test is that they ended up considering Rock as being something straight ahead heavy... and being mostly into prog, classic rock, and pop/rock and new wave, it tosses in the kitchen sink of influences, so I have to end up choosing other genres that are infused with those subgenres of rock. I also like pop music, but more like pop/rock variety. :shrugs: The test isn't the best, but it gives a rough idea.
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    Reflective & Complex
    72% Reflective-Complex, 44% Intense-Rebellious, 54% Upbeat-Conventional and 65% Energetic-Rhythmic!

    The Reflective and Complex dimension projects a broad spectrum of both positive and negative emotions that is quite complex in structure.



    The Reflective and Complex dimension was positively related to Openness to New Experiences, self-perceived intelligence, verbal (but not analytic) ability, and political liberalism and negatively related to social dominance orientation and athleticism. These correlations, along with item-level analyses of the Big Five [Personality] Inventory, suggest that individuals who enjoy listening to reflective and complex music tend to be inventive, have active imaginations, value aesthetic experiences, consider themselves to be intelligent, tolerant of others, and reject conservative ideals.
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    Reflective & Complex

    88% Reflective-Complex, 13% Intense-Rebellious, 46% Upbeat-Conventional and 60% Energetic-Rhythmic!

    The Reflective and Complex dimension projects a broad spectrum of both positive and negative emotions that is quite complex in structure.



    The Reflective and Complex dimension was positively related to Openness to New Experiences, self-perceived intelligence, verbal (but not analytic) ability, and political liberalism and negatively related to social dominance orientation and athleticism. These correlations, along with item-level analyses of the Big Five [Personality] Inventory, suggest that individuals who enjoy listening to reflective and complex music tend to be inventive, have active imaginations, value aesthetic experiences, consider themselves to be intelligent, tolerant of others, and reject conservative ideals.
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    Intense & Rebellious

    72% Reflective-Complex, 75% Intense-Rebellious, 42% Upbeat-Conventional and 25% Energetic-Rhythmic!

    The Intense and Rebellious dimension displays moderately complex structure and intense negative emotions.

    The Intense and Rebellious dimension was positively related to Openness to New Experiences, athleticism, self-perceived intelligence, and verbal ability. Interestingly, despite previous findings that this dimension contains music that emphasizes negative emotions, individuals who prefer music in this dimension do not appear to display signs of neuroticism or disagreeableness. Overall, individuals who prefer intense and rebellious music tend to be curious about different things, enjoy taking risks, are physically active, and consider themselves intelligent.
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    energetic & rhythmic
    why does rock get like 10 sub-genres but rap gets 1?

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