Big Five Movie Star Test
You are here because one of your friends linked you to his or her Big Five Movie Star Test result.
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Your friend is the most like:
"My relationship to power and authority is that I'm all for it. ... Ninety-five percent of the people in the world need to be told what to do and how to behave."
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Compared to the general population, your friend is:
- Above average on Openness
- Extremely high on Conscientiousness
- Below average on Extroversion
- Below average on Agreeableness
- Extremely low on Neuroticism
According to scientific data compiled by the Ph.D.s Dana R. Carney, John T. Jost, Samuel D. Gosling, and Jeff Porter, your friend's scores indicate that he or she is:
- Eccentric, sensitive, and individualistic.
- Open, tolerant, and flexible.
- Creative, imaginative, and curious.
- Complex, nuanced, and open-minded.
- Someone with a strong desire for novelty and diversity.
- Likely to use fewer pauses in their speech than the average person.
- Definite, persistent, and tenacious.
- Reliable, responsible, orderly, and organized.
- Someone who doesn't give up easily.
- Likely to maintain more seconds of eye contact in a conversation than the average person.
- Likely to use fewer hand movements and gesticulations in a conversation than the average person.
- Argumentative, analytical, and hard-headed.
- Critical, someone who gets even when wronged.
- Carefree, unconstricted, and untroubled.
According to Geoffrey Miller, professor of psychology at the University of New Mexico, these slogans are likely to describe your friend's personality and outlook on life:
- "Talk nerdy to me."
- "A PBS mind in a Fox News world."
- "Don't say ironic when you mean coincidental."
- "If it fits on a bumper sticker, it's not philosophy."
- "Just because you can, it doesn't mean you should."
- "The harder I work, the luckier I get."
- "A goal is a dream with a deadline."
- "Today is the tomorrow that you forgot to plan for yesterday."
- "People suck and that's sad."
- "Just because I'm here, it doesn't mean I care."
- "Yes, I'm good at that. No, I won't help you with it."
- "I'm not good at empathy, will you settle for sarcasm?"
- "If at first you don't succeed, redefine success."
- "Not all who wander are lost."
- "Smile and let it go."
- "It's not life's job to make you happy; it's your job to make life happy."
According to a study done by the Ph.D.s Dana R. Carney, John T. Jost, Samuel D. Gosling, and Jeff Potter, your friend's scores indicate that he or she is:
- Amazingly, their personality is simply too smooth and well-rounded for this study to be able to say anything about them.
According to peer-reviewed studies from Texas AM University (US), Pepperdine University (US), Cambridge University (UK), and Sejong University (Korea), your friend's scores indicate that he or she is:
- More likely than the average person to want their political representatives to negotiate with the representatives of other parties in order to arrive at a workable compromise.
- More likely than the average person to have a critical view of the 2003 American invasion of Iraq.
- Likely to be more knowledgeable than the average person about political issues.
- More likely than the average person to care about the ambience of a hotel where they are staying, and not just its quality and service.
- More likely than the average person to buy something unexpected and fun that they stumbled across while shopping.
- More planful, organized, and goal-directed than the average person.
- More in favor of using military action to solve foreign policy disputes than the average person.
- Less likely than the average person to cheat on their homework and exams.
- Less likely than the average person to treat themselves to a little extra luxurious something when shopping.
- More likely than the average person to be perceived as critical, cold-headed, and detached.
- More likely than the average person to make good decisions on their own, without the input of others.
- More likely than the average person to support the use of capital punishment.
- Less likely than the average person to try and strike up a compromise when making a decision, tending to go directly for what they want.
- Less likely than the average person to return to a chain of hotels or bed and breakfasts that they've used in the past and enjoyed.
According to a scientific study done by the Ph.D.s Gokul Chittaranjan, Jan Blom, and Daniel Gatica-Perez, your friend's scores indicate that if he or she own a smartphone he or she is:
- Likely to use longer words, and more long words, in their text messages than the average person.
- Likely to spend less time texting than the average person.
- More likely to use productivity apps like (MS Office) on their smartphone than the average person.
- Less likely to use entertainment apps (like games, audio, and video) on their smartphone than the average person.
- Likely to feel that a lot of the calls they receive on their phone are "unwanted."
- Likely to receive more text messages on their phone than the average person.
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