Car Preference Test
In 2007, the psychologists Oliver John and Beatrice Rammstedt published the BFI-10 personality test in the peer-reviewed Journal of Research in Personality. Though the test has only 10 questions, it was found to have acceptable reliability.
In 2009, Geoffrey Miller, professor of psychology at the University of New Mexico, published a series of personality-based car preferences in his book 'Spent.'
What does your personality say about your taste in cars? Take the test and find out.
Question 1 of 10
I see myself as someone who...
Has an active imagination
The BFI-10 is the property of Oliver John and Beatrice Rammstedt and published in the Journal of Research in Personality 41 (2007) 203—212.
The personality-based car preferences are the property of Geoffrey Miller. If you enjoyed them, consider getting his book 'Spent.'
Both entries have been lightly reworked and updated to 2014 standards by IDR Labs International. The CT-NEO-IP©, CT-NEO-IP-II©, and the CT-NEO-IP-10© are the property of IDR Labs International.
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