Online dating personality test
The best I could find was where the above link was shared on reddit about a year ago (apparently it was still up then).
Some of the comments include the names/codes/descriptions of the commenter's results: https:// Cupid/comments/4bwkcw/retro_take_the_okc_dating_persona_test/I'd really like to find the original pages, though, if possible. I think they completely deleted the tests from their databases.
Although the Myers-Briggs is one of the most widely used personality assessments in the world, take the results you get with a grain of salt.
Many people feel that the results describe them perfectly, but the descriptions are somewhat vague, using a method called the Forer Effect that is frequently used by psychics and astrology.
Take the extraversion-introversion portion, for example. The Myers-Briggs is basically asking if you enjoy being around other people, or prefer being alone. If extraversion-introversion were simply extremes like that, the data should be a bimodal distribution, in which there are two peaks.
This would show that there are two majorities of people, introverts or extroverts, with little to no people falling in between.
There has been some previous research that has revealed that the Myers-Briggs has little to no power in predicting how happy you will be in certain situations, how successful you would be with a certain job or role, or how happy you would be in a relationship with somebody.
I believe this was the URL for it, but as you can see it's no longer there: Does anyone know of a place where these personality types have been archived?However, looking at extraversion levels in 2,000 of our e Harmony users, the data shows what is similar to a normal distribution, in which a majority of people fall somewhere in the middle, indicating somewhat outgoing and somewhat shy, with only a few people being extremely introverted or extroverted.Newer personality measures like the Big Five or the HEXACO assessments include a number of personality factors that are on continuous scales.When I meet new people and tell them I am a researcher at e Harmony, it is usually followed by an array of questions, which I always love answering.Part of my responsibilities here include developing new personality scales to add to our relationship questionnaire, which we then add to our newest matching models to help people find their matches.