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  1. #51
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    I just took the test, and once I had finished, it didn't show the results, it just sent me back to the start of the test again -.-

    Retook the test on a different browser and:


    Oral-
    receptive
    69%
    Oral-
    aggressive
    53%
    Anal-
    expulsive
    24%
    Anal-
    retentive
    32%
    Phallic-aggressive
    44%
    Phallic-
    compensative
    40%
    Classic
    Hysteric
    24%
    Retentive
    Hysteric
    74%

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    Freudian Personality Test

    Your Freudian Personality Style is:
    Oral-receptive

    Being inherently passive and acquiescent, you often feel tense at the prospect of having responsibility placed on your shoulders and having to fend for yourself. Chances are that you resort to biting your nails and smothering yourself in comfort foods (such as ice cream and milky beverages) in order to relieve this tension. Inwardly, you are afraid that if you don't accommodate others and give in to their wishes, they will get angry and withdraw from you, leaving you with no one in your corner to fend for you. This prospect is inherently terrifying to you, because you feel that you cannot trust your own judgment or "make it on your own." Hence, you worry a lot about pleasing people and obtaining their approval, internalizing their ideas as your own and going to great lengths in order to avoid confrontation. Metaphorically, your personality style may be described as an overweaned infant smothered in breast milk. Due to the overavailability of nurture and care early in life, you learned that you could get by simply by passively sucking down the milk instead of developing your own skills.

    ORAL RECEPTIVE 92%
    ORAL AGGRESSIVE 49%
    ANAL-EXPULSIVE 37%
    ANAL-RETENTIVE 41%
    PHALLIC-AGGRESSIVE 44%
    PHALLIC-COMPENSATIVE 53%
    CLASSIC HYSTERIC 16%
    RETENTIVE HYSTERIC 87%
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Oral receptive 97%
    Oral Aggressive 42%
    Anal Expulsive 57%
    Anal Retentive 28%
    Phallic-Aggressive 58%
    Phallic-Compensative 57%
    Classic Hysteric 40%
    Retentive Hysteric 62%

    "Your Freudian Personality Style is: Oral-receptive

    Being inherently passive and acquiescent, you often feel tense at the prospect of having responsibility placed on your shoulders and having to fend for yourself. Chances are that you resort to biting your nails and smothering yourself in comfort foods (such as ice cream and milky beverages) in order to relieve this tension. Inwardly, you are afraid that if you don't accommodate others and give in to their wishes, they will get angry and withdraw from you, leaving you with no one in your corner to fend for you. This prospect is inherently terrifying to you, because you feel that you cannot trust your own judgment or "make it on your own." Hence, you worry a lot about pleasing people and obtaining their approval, internalizing their ideas as your own and going to great lengths in order to avoid confrontation. Metaphorically, your personality style may be described as an overweaned infant smothered in breast milk. Due to the overavailability of nurture and care early in life, you learned that you could get by simply by passively sucking down the milk instead of developing your own skills."

    Lmao, I wasn't even breastfed.

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    Your Freudian Personality Style is:
    Phallic-compensative

    ORAL-RECEPTIVE 74%
    ORAL-AGGRESSIVE 61%
    ANAL-EXPULSIVE 44%
    ANAL-RETENTIVE 57%
    PHALLIC-AGGRESSIVE 66%
    PHALLIC-COMPENSATIVE 92%
    CLASSIC HYSTERIC 20%
    RETENTIVE HYSTERIC 78%

    Description fits me pretty well.

    In the course of looking for that one (from a Yahoo discussion), I also found this one:

    Freud Inventory Test [Similar Minds]

    Oral (dependence) |||||||||| 40%
    Anal (self control) |||||||||| 36%
    Phallic (sexuality) |||||| 30%
    Latency (learning) |||||||||||||||||| 73%
    Genital (productivity) |||||||||| 33%
    APS Profile: Inclusion: e/w=1/6 (Supine) |Control: e/w=7/3 (Choleric) |Affection: e/w=1/9 (Supine)
    Ti 54.3 | Ne 47.3 | Si 37.8 | Fe 17.7 | Te 22.5 | Ni 13.4 | Se 18.9 | Fi 27.9

    Temperament (APS) from scratch -- MBTI Type from scratch
    Type Ideas

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    Freudian Personality Test

    Your Freudian Personality Style is:
    Retentive hysteric

    Polite, gentle, and unusually placid, you have comparatively little interest in interpersonal relationships with others and can be alone for long periods of time without feeling lonely. Having from an early age found that your own perceptions were at odds with those of others, you have retreated into an internal world of imagination and private perceptions. When others come into contact with you, they tend to perceive you as having an asexual presentation, often with stiff and affectively constricted, child-like manners (which may themselves come across as attractive, encouraging fantasies of domination in others). Metaphorically, your personality style may be likened to a teenage girl whose uterus is so afraid of impregnation that it shuts off every mating signal that the individual is able to produce, including charm and emotional presence. In the same way, the actual you may have marked difficulties with gender roles, giving others the psychological (though not necessarily physical) impression of an oddly a-gendered individual or prepubescent child. Like the teenage girl whose uterus contracted to shut off its activities entirely, others tend to experience you as having little positive or negative emotionality, but only a certain 'flatness,' attesting again to the fact that you come across as having 'retired' a bit into yourself. Apparently detached and somewhat indifferent to socializing and interpersonal affairs, little do others know, however, that because you do not hinge your thoughts and feelings on accepted social mores, you are actually capable of great creativity and originality when left to your own devices.

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    ORAL-
    RECEPTIVE
    48%
    ORAL-
    AGGRESSIVE
    65%
    ANAL-
    EXPULSIVE
    49%
    ANAL-
    RETENTIVE
    40%
    PHALLIC-
    AGGRESSIVE
    57%
    PHALLIC-
    COMPENSATIVE
    56%
    CLASSIC
    HYSTERIC
    28%
    RETENTIVE
    HYSTERIC
    73%

    Don't really know what to say to this.

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    Another retentive hysteric here!

    Retentive hysteric - 83%
    Oral receptive - 62%
    Oral aggressive - 45%
    Anal retentive - 45%
    Anal expulsive - 37%
    Phallic compensative - 36%
    Classic hysteric - 20%
    Phallic aggressive - 16%

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    Phallic-compensative

    Self-controlled, sober, and seemingly mild-mannered, you have great facility with analytical arguments, which you use as a double-edged sword, pointing them as much at yourself as you do at others. Socially, you are a bit impassive and vacuous, and you may attach yourself to someone (such as a significant other or female parent) whom you perceive to be better at social interaction and 'all the emotional stuff' than you are, thus neglecting the development of yourself in that area. Metaphorically, your personality style may be likened to a five-year-old who is aware that he is not the favorite child in the family but at the same time wishes that he were. As a result of this envy, you have developed a compensative attitude where you dismantle the dominance of others by analytically picking apart their activities, laying bare their weaknesses and exposing the special treatment that they have received and the double standards they live by. However, while it may seem like you are just being equitable and even-handed, your true motivations are nevertheless personal envy and a longing to compensate for your frustrated need to dominate. One proof of these ignoble motives that underlie your seemingly noble actions is that you sometimes go overboard in your exposition when exposing the flaws of someone whom you perceive to be 'mightier' than you, and that when doing so you can even become a bit moralistic and persecuting, in marked contradistinction to your usual easygoing self.

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    Oral-receptive

    Being inherently passive and acquiescent, you often feel tense at the prospect of having responsibility placed on your shoulders and having to fend for yourself. Chances are that you resort to biting your nails and smothering yourself in comfort foods (such as ice cream and milky beverages) in order to relieve this tension. Inwardly, you are afraid that if you don't accommodate others and give in to their wishes, they will get angry and withdraw from you, leaving you with no one in your corner to fend for you. This prospect is inherently terrifying to you, because you feel that you cannot trust your own judgment or "make it on your own." Hence, you worry a lot about pleasing people and obtaining their approval, internalizing their ideas as your own and going to great lengths in order to avoid confrontation. Metaphorically, your personality style may be described as an overweaned infant smothered in breast milk. Due to the overavailability of nurture and care early in life, you learned that you could get by simply by passively sucking down the milk instead of developing your own skills.


    When I was at the worst and most immature point of my life, perhaps.
    Yet I know, if I stepped aside
    Released the controls, you would open my eyes
    That somehow, all of this mess
    Is just my attempt to know the worth of my life
    .

    Mercury - Sleeping At Last

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    ORAL-RECEPTIVE 74%
    ORAL-AGGRESSIVE 32%
    ANAL-EXPULSIVE 45%
    ANAL-RETENTIVE 32%
    PHALLIC-AGGRESSIVE 24%
    PHALLIC-COMPENSATIVE 50%
    CLASSIC HYSTERIC 24%
    RETENTIVE HYSTERIC 70%

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    ORAL-RECEPTIVE 41%
    ORAL-AGGRESSIVE 70%

    ANAL-EXPULSIVE 79%
    ANAL-RETENTIVE 37%

    PHALLIC-AGGRESSIVE 100%
    PHALLIC-COMPENSATIVE 97%

    CLASSIC HYSTERIC 32%
    RETENTIVE HYSTERIC 56%
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    Alignment: Chaotic-Neutral
    Sins: Pride > Sloth > Gluttony > Wrath > Greed > Lust > Envy

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