What Are the Health Risks Associated With Your Personality Type?
One of the conclusions of a series of recent studies on the link between personality and place, Introverts prefer mountains. People tend to see mountain areas as more peaceful and calm. Meanwhile, extroverts often prefer flat, open areas that tend to be viewed as more exciting, sociable and stimulating. Continue reading… “Your personality affects where you should live”
Those who make it to the age 110 get a special title: supercentenarian.
Do you want to live to 100? Doctors will tell you to stay active and eat loads of fruits and veggies. But these centenarians have a few extra tricks up their sleeves.
Whenever presented with a theory like Carl Jung’s theory of personality types (which Myers and Briggs formalized into a personality test) it’s important to remember that you are in possession of a unique set of neurons whose synapses fire in unique patterns that cannot easily be slotted into one of sixteen “types” from which one can draw conclusions about your destiny. (Infographic)
A researcher from IBM says she can make a good educated guess about your personality just from looking at 200 of your Twittermessages.
Futurist Thomas Frey: Fifteen years ago in an article I wrote for The Futurist Magazine, I made the prediction that once we had talking computers, we would soon have downloadable personalities to create a more human-like experience. I went on to suggest that most of us would actually download multiple personalities so we could interact with the right persona at any given moment.
Of all human activities, creativity comes closest to providing the fulfillment we all hope to get in our lives. Call it full-blast living.
Creativity is a central source of meaning in our lives. Most of the things that are interesting, important, and human are the result of creativity.
What makes us different from apes–our language, values, artistic expression, scientific understanding, and technology–is the result of individual ingenuity that was recognized, rewarded, and transmitted through learning…
It‘s just not fair: Middle children are in a bad spot
Throughout your childhood, not only did your big brother steal your Halloween candy, but as an adult he probably makes more money than you, too, say recently released survey findings.
Men with wider faces were more likely to cheat and lie.
A man’s face might hint if he is bad to the bone. People with wider faces tend to be more devious and more willing to cheat, according to a new study.