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    Default Temporistics Test - Perception of Time

    http://temporistics.ru/formal_test


    @ouronis curious about your result.

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    Type BNPV - 18
    Type BVPN - 17
    Type BNVP - 17
    VNBP type - 16.2
    VNPB type - 15.6
    BVNP type - 15.13
    Type VBPN - 15.1
    Type NVBP - 14.93
    Type VPBN - 14.87
    Type PVBN - 14.37
    Type NVPB - 14.37
    Type BPVN - 14.27
    Type PNBV - 14.17
    BPNV type - 13.77
    Type NBPV - 13.2
    Type VBNP - 13.1
    Type NPBV - 13
    Type PNVB - 12.7
    NBVP type - 12.13
    Type PBVN - 11.77
    Type NPVB - 11.5
    Type VPNB - 11.3
    Type PBNV - 11.2
    Type PVNB - 10.93

    Not sure what these results mean yet. Psychosophy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ouronis View Post
    Not sure what these results mean yet. Psychosophy?
    Another system.


    Past - P
    Present - N
    Future - B
    Eternity - V

    You can check the descriptions here : http://temporistics.ru/?q=types

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    • Type NVPB - 16.93
    • VNPB type - 16.37
    • Type PNBV - 15.93
    • Type PVBN - 15.83
    • Type PNVB - 15.37
    • BNPV type - 15.13
    • Type NPBV - 15.03
    • Type PVNB - 14.87
    • BVPN type - 14.67
    • Type VPBN - 14.37
    • Type NPVB - 14.3
    • Type NVBP - 13.97
    • Type NBPV - 13.63
    • VNBP type - 13.4
    • Type VPNB - 13.37
    • Type VBPN - 12.57
    • BNVP type - 12.3
    • Type PBVN - 12.17
    • Type BPVN - 12
    • Type PBNV - 11.73
    • BPNV type - 11.63
    • BVNP type - 11.3
    • NBVP type - 10.7
    • Type VBNP - 8.93

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    Here are my results:

    Type VPBN - 21.13
    Type PVBN - 20.97
    Type BVPN - 19.43
    Type BPVN - 18
    Type VBPN - 17.3
    Type PBVN - 16.37
    Type VPNB - 15.77
    BVNP type - 15.73
    Type PVNB - 15.63
    Type BPNV - 15
    VNPB type - 13.77
    Type VBNP - 13.63
    Type PBNV - 13.6
    BNPV type - 13.6
    Type PNBV - 13.23
    VNBP type - 13.23
    BNVP type - 12.87
    Type PNVB - 12.23
    Type NVPB - 11.7
    Type NPBV - 11.23
    Type NVBP - 11.2
    Type NPVB - 10.37
    Type NBPV - 7.87
    NBVP type - 7.13

    There aren't any detailed descriptions, so I'm not sure how much I agree or disagree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myresearch View Post
    Another system.


    Past - P
    Present - N
    Future - B
    Eternity - V

    You can check the descriptions here : http://temporistics.ru/?q=types
    I think B as my first position is fairly safe but I'm between two options on past/present and I don't really relate to any of the eternity ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nunki View Post
    Here are my results:

    Type VPBN - 21.13
    Type PVBN - 20.97
    Type BVPN - 19.43
    Type BPVN - 18
    Type VBPN - 17.3
    Type PBVN - 16.37
    Type VPNB - 15.77
    BVNP type - 15.73
    Type PVNB - 15.63
    Type BPNV - 15
    VNPB type - 13.77
    Type VBNP - 13.63
    Type PBNV - 13.6
    BNPV type - 13.6
    Type PNBV - 13.23
    VNBP type - 13.23
    BNVP type - 12.87
    Type PNVB - 12.23
    Type NVPB - 11.7
    Type NPBV - 11.23
    Type NVBP - 11.2
    Type NPVB - 10.37
    Type NBPV - 7.87
    NBVP type - 7.13

    There aren't any detailed descriptions, so I'm not sure how much I agree or disagree.
    The descriptions are by position/letter and are linked in the table at the top of this page http://temporistics.ru/?q=types

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    • BNPV type - 24.87
    • BNVP type - 23.13
    • BVPN type - 21.07
    • Type BPVN - 20.57
    • BPNV type - 20.47
    • BVNP type - 19.2
    • Type NBPV - 18.97
    • Type VBPN - 17.83
    • Type NBVP - 17.2
    • Type PBVN - 16.1
    • Type VBNP - 16
    • Type PBNV - 15.87
    • VNBP type - 15.8
    • Type PNBV - 15.63
    • Type PNVB - 15.1
    • VNPB type - 15.1
    • Type NVBP - 14.3
    • Type NPBV - 13.5
    • Type NVPB - 13.5
    • Type PVBN - 13.13
    • Type NPVB - 12.93
    • Type VPBN - 12.5
    • Type PVNB - 11.3
    • Type VPNB - 10.6
    The Barnum or Forer effect is the tendency for people to judge that general, universally valid statements about personality are actually specific descriptions of their own personalities. A "universally valid" statement is one that is true of everyone—or, more likely, nearly everyone. It is not known why people tend to make such misjudgments, but the effect has been experimentally reproduced.

    The psychologist Paul Meehl named this fallacy "the P.T. Barnum effect" because Barnum built his circus and dime museum on the principle of having something for everyone. It is also called "the Forer effect" after its discoverer, the psychologist Bertram R. Forer, who modestly dubbed it "the fallacy of personal validation".

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    Suggested type: BPVN

    Type BPVN - 14.77
    VNBP type - 14.5
    Type NVBP - 14.2
    BNVP type - 13.97
    BPNV type - 13.77
    NBVP type - 13.53
    Type VPBN - 13.3
    Type VBNP - 13.3
    BVNP type - 13.1
    Type VBPN - 12.53
    BNPV type - 12.17
    BVPN type - 12.03
    Type NPBV - 11.97
    Type NBPV - 11.63
    Type NPVB - 10.9
    Type VPNB - 10.73
    Type PVBN - 10.1
    Type PBVN - 9.93
    VNPB type - 9.6
    Type NVPB - 9.33
    Type PNBV - 9.03
    Type PBNV - 8.8
    Type PNVB - 7.93
    Type PVNB - 7.53
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    A really nice theory

    Type NBPV - 18.47
    Type PNBV - 18.17
    Type BNPV - 18.17
    Type NPBV - 18.1
    Type BPVN - 17.97
    Type PBVN - 17.83
    NBVP type - 17.43
    BPNV type - 17.03
    Type BNVP - 17
    Type PBNV - 16.87
    Type PNVB - 16.73
    Type NPVB - 16.67
    BVPN type - 16.27
    Type NVBP - 16
    Type NVPB - 15.8
    VNBP type - 15.63
    VNPB type - 15.47
    Type PVBN - 15.4
    Type VBPN - 15.13
    BVNP type - 14.7
    Type VPBN - 14.53
    Type PVNB - 14.23
    Type VBNP - 13.57
    Type VPNB - 13.4


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    Estimated type: VNPB
    The number of points scored by type: (the higher the value, the greater the chances that the type will be correct):

    • Type of GNPB - 26.13
    • Type of PNBV - 24.13
    • Type of NVB - 23.7
    • Type NVPB - 23.63
    • Type of PVNB - 23.13
    • Type of GNBP - 23.07
    • Type of VPNB - 22.07
    • Type of NBB - 21.03
    • Type of PVBN - 20.7
    • Type NPVB - 20.63
    • Type NVBP - 20.57
    • Type of VPBN - 19.63
    • Type BNPV - 17.47
    • Type of BVPN - 14.67
    • Type of BPNV - 14.3
    • Type BNVP - 14
    • Type of BVNP - 13.27
    • Type of NBPV - 13.03
    • Type of BPVN - 12.8
    • Type PBNV - 12.37
    • Type VBPN - 11.53
    • Type of PBVN - 10.77
    • Type of WBNP - 10.27
    • Type of NBVP - 9.7


    Checking what all of these mean

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    Type prévu : PBNV




    Type PBNV - 17,63
    Type VPNB — 17,63
    Type PVNB — 17.07
    Type VBNP — 16,5
    Type NVPB — 16,43
    Type BPNV - 16.3
    Type NPVB — 15,87
    Type NBPV — 15,87
    Type NBVP — 15,87
    Type NPBV - 15,5
    Type PBVN — 15,43
    Type BVNP — 15,43
    Type NVBP - 15.23
    Type VBPN — 14.7
    Type VPBN — 14.3
    Type BPVN — 14.13
    Type PVBN — 13,8
    Type VNPB - 13,77
    Type BVPN - 13.67
    Type PNVB - 13.1
    Type PNBV - 12.73
    Type VNBP - 12,57
    Type BNPV — 11,43
    Type BNVP - 11,37

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    @myresearch do you have a good source for this? The site is so shit

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    Quote Originally Posted by two View Post
    @myresearch do you have a good source for this? The site is so shit
    Unfortunately all I have is this site, I think theory is pretty good, hence new versions can up to light like attitudinal psyche, psychosophy.

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    This thread should be moved the psychology section since it's a pretty cool theory, so it doesn't sink into obscurity. Just a suggestion.

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