For the people who proudly display their Myers-Briggs results on their online bios, there’s a new personality test you can take. Researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia have categorized drinkers into four different roles, inspired by cultural icons and film characters. Right next to your Myers-Brigg “INFP”…
In this age of identity quizzes and lists that only introverts, extroverts or sex addicts will understand, the basis for many of these qualifications is the Myers-Briggs test. And the Myers-Briggs test is a farce, so, like, who are you again?
Here's something kind of sinister: employers can use your public Facebook profile to evaluate your personality, and experts say it's just as accurate as common personality tests.
A new study, sponsored by Hellmann's and Best Foods Mayonnaise, suggests that your sandwich choice is not simply about whether you like the taste of tuna or ham, but whether you are uptight and anal or a "universal romantic."