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14 Octombrie 2011

In one of the largest studies on the matter to date, Tal Yarkoni, a psychology and neuroscience postdoctoral fellow at the University of Colorado at Boulder, explores what our written words reveal about us.

His work also rebuts the widely held belief that people can maintain distinctly different offline and online personalities.

For those showing neuroticism, the top five were: „awful,” „though,” „lazy,” „worse” and „depressing.”

Among extroverts, the top hits were: „bar,” „other,” „drinks,” „restaurant” and „dancing.”

Among those showing openness, the top five were: „folk,” „humans,” „of,” „poet” and „art.”

Agreeable personalities most often used these words: „wonderful,” „together,” „visiting,” „morning” and „spring.”

And conscientious personalities used these most often: „completed,” „adventure,” „stupid,” „boring” and „adventures.”

Yarkoni’s research was published in the Journal of Research in Personality and was funded by the National Institutes of Health.

(sursa: pshysorg, via Bursucul Timid)

Putem incerca cu wordle, ‘s vedem ce iese.

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  1. 14 Octombrie 2011 14:40

    ptr curiosi, textul aici:
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