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    @Subteigh, now you have me worried. That argument is pretty good.

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    @Subteigh, I actually agree with the sentiments on the t-shirt, but maybe not for the reasons the author intended.

    Yes, Finance is a parasite on the economy, and is eating it alive.

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    https://amp.theguardian.com/science/...me-this-before she has a great Instagram account too

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    Arthur Schopenhauer (ILI-Ni):

    • “A man can be himself only so long as he is alone; and if he does not love solitude, he will not love freedom; for it is only when he is alone that he is really free.”


    Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (ILI-Te):


    • "The history of the world is none other than the progress of the consciousness of freedom."



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    It’s because they aren’t using Socionics.

    wow, just wow. we are so far ahead of these scientists here!

    derp.

    they really need to just get on board already….


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    Kerber, A., Roth, M. and Herzberg, P.Y., 2021. Personality types revisited–a literature-informed and data-driven approach to an integration of prototypical and dimensional constructs of personality description. PloS one, 16(1), p.e0244849.

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    A new algorithmic approach to personality prototyping based on Big Five traits was applied to a large representative and longitudinal German dataset (N = 22,820) including behavior, personality and health correlates. We applied three different clustering techniques, latent profile analysis, the k-means method and spectral clustering algorithms. The resulting cluster centers, i.e. the personality prototypes, were evaluated using a large number of internal and external validity criteria including health, locus of control, self-esteem, impulsivity, risk-taking and wellbeing. The best-fitting prototypical personality profiles were labeled according to their Euclidean distances to averaged personality type profiles identified in a review of previous studies on personality types. This procedure yielded a five-cluster solution: resilient, overcontroller, undercontroller, reserved and vulnerable-resilient. Reliability and construct validity could be confirmed. We discuss wether personality types could comprise a bridge between personality and clinical psychology as well as between developmental psychology and resilience research.

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    "it can be seen that the most extroverted participant performs a larger head displacement than the least extroverted one"

    "we clearly observed that participants with higher Conscientiousness produce a smaller left knee displacement"

    Delgado-Gómez, D., Masó-Besga, A.E., Aguado, D., Rubio, V.J., Sujar, A. and Bayona, S., 2022. Automatic Personality Assessment through Movement Analysis. Sensors, 22(10), p.3949. (direct link to pdf file)

    Now we are getting somewhere.

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    Table 2.1: Table showing Holland’s classification of academic majors

    Ghimire, A., 2021. Data-Driven Recommendation of Academic Options Based on Personality Traits (Doctoral dissertation, Utah State University). (direct link to pdf file)

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    Sun, J., Neufeld, B., Snelgrove, P. and Vazire, S., 2022. Personality evaluated: What do people most like and dislike about themselves and their friends?. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 122(4), p.731. (direct link to pdf file)

    What do people think their best and worst personality traits are? Do their friends agree? Across three
    samples, 463 college students (“targets”) and their friends freely described two traits they most liked and
    two traits they most disliked about the target. Coders categorized these open-ended trait descriptors into
    high or low poles of six trait domains (extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, emotional stabil-
    ity, openness, and honesty-humility) and judged whether targets and friends reported the same specific
    best and worst traits. Best traits almost exclusively reflected high levels of the major trait domains (espe-
    cially high agreeableness and extraversion). In contrast, although worst traits typically reflected low lev-
    els of these traits (especially low emotional stability), they sometimes also revealed the downsides of
    having high levels of these traits (e.g., high extraversion: “loud”; high agreeableness: “people-pleaser”).
    Overall, targets and friends mentioned similar kinds of best traits; however, targets emphasized low emo-
    tional stability worst traits more than friends did, whereas friends emphasized low prosociality worst
    traits more than targets did. Targets and friends also showed a moderate amount of self–other agreement
    on what the targets’ best and worst traits were. These results (a) shed light on the traits that people con-
    sider to be most important in themselves and their friends, (b) suggest that the desirability of some traits
    may be in the eye of the beholder, (c) reveal the mixed blessings of different traits, and, ultimately, (d)
    provide a nuanced perspective on what it means for a trait to be “good” or “bad.”

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    Arthur Schopenhauer (ILI-Ni):

    • “A man can be himself only so long as he is alone; and if he does not love solitude, he will not love freedom; for it is only when he is alone that he is really free.”


    Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (ILI-Te):


    • "The history of the world is none other than the progress of the consciousness of freedom."



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