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Title: Naked personality
Post by: Peter S on May 15, 2017, 06:55:21 PM

https://www.yahoo.com/beauty/one-personality-trait-predicts-domestic-134309337.html

Not sure I understood anything after the headline, and I don't see any practical applications, but it seems to suggest we are predestined to be naturists if we are intellectuals who swear a lot. Or something like that ...

Peter
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: jbeegoode on May 15, 2017, 09:09:47 PM
I'd need to read the entire program to make sense of it. This is just a few things about it listed, but it sure made my ears pop up.

Some of these personality tests do give amazing results. I wonder what percentage of the population fits in the intellectual/open to experience category. The other traits would identify them and they would be the next targeted converts to body freedom in practice. You could probably track them down on the internet by their other interests and go fishing (guess who will be using this information when the government starts allowing the giveaway of people's personal viewing, aka no longer secure in our private effects and papers).

I wonder if the categorizes tend to hang out together, if there is an attraction of like people.

It would be a tool to attract a political movement to influence and expanding a base, like types of conservatives or left leaning progressives. People have tendencies to sway easier than others to positions. Great tool for dirty tricks, stimulating political action, taking astro turf to a grass roots, etc. This could be a guideline to creating a whole new power paradigm.
Jbee
Jbee
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: eyesup on May 17, 2017, 07:52:53 PM
I am reminded of Groucho's comment,
"I wouldn't want to join a club that would have me as a member."
This can be modified to accommodate participation in any survey seeking to determine what group I fit in.

I am also reminded of Hitler's attempts to classify humans.
As King Arthur said in the Holy Grail. Run away!

Duane
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: nuduke on May 21, 2017, 11:11:12 PM

I like it!  I conform to the naked norm!  Intelligent, do art, eat spicy breakfasts (occasionally) and don't follow a sports team - me all over.  I just love it that a naturist tendency correlates with intelligence.  Just read the correspondence on this forum for further evidence of that!


John
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: JOhnGw on May 22, 2017, 11:18:18 PM
This forum, together with most other naturist forums, certainly has a higher standard of literacy that you meet elsewhere on the web.
The principal exception to this is "True Nudists" which seems to attract an undue proportion of illiterate idiots.
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: jbeegoode on May 23, 2017, 06:35:27 AM
There seems to be much of people attempting to say something clever and quick. There is no substance, but these are so often not the naturists.
Jbee
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: eyesup on May 23, 2017, 06:25:02 PM
Quote from: JOhn
The principal exception to this is "True Nudists" . .
Apparently I'm not the only one wary of that site.

It has always struck me as a dating site for nudists although I haven't been motivated to explore it in depth. At least it appears to be a social site for people enjoying being naked for whatever reason.

More people doing their everyday activities nude.

Duane
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: John P on May 23, 2017, 07:10:09 PM
To bring in another literary source, Truenudists is like 1984. I mean the George Orwell book, where the "Ministry of Truth" dispensed lies, the "Ministry of Love" coordinated repression, and so forth. In this case the setup of "True Nudists" encourages fakes; by using images of young women around the site, they make it clear that voyeurs are the ones being catered for, and the atmosphere never improves. It's no surprise that the same owners have a companion site in a similar format called "True Swingers" (which may actually be more honest--nobody's pretending that it's about anything else). But having said that, I won't deny that there are probably some people on Truenudists looking for a genuine naturist experience, and they may be quite frustrated by it. They need to look elsewhere.

Naturally, Truenudists has a policy that you have to be over 18 to join. Adults only, for "adult" interests!
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: freehiker on July 29, 2017, 07:41:03 PM
I joined "True Nudist" a year or so ago. I grew bored with one to three word responses. I am a creature that enjoys conversation even written.  The many propositions form men and women lacked anything creative. After being hit up too many times by those seeking hook ups, I left.  I now avoid almost all sites claiming to be naturist or nudist. As others have pointed out, if the site sports too many pictures of nude young ladies, you can be sure it is not a real naturist site.  Most of us seem to be older.

Back to personality traits. I joined a few classes on Creative Live. One was on personality types and how to turn your personality into a winning asset. In the course a link was given to a site that charted personality traits. After answering a list of a 100 question, maybe more, my personality was charted. This test is the real thing, not one of those things on Facebook. I fell smack on the high point of being open.

 Being an open personality wasn't a surprise. I talk loud, often using my hands. Love stories. I have always been an explorer of life. Nudity always is there. Even to being a life model to pay college bills.  I chalked some of it up to being in the arts.

I shares way too much. Teaching art out of my studio proved challenging. I saw nothing wrong with all the nudes on my walls. Living in a very conservative town, I soon learned my students, while they wanted to learn, could not grasp the sources that inspired my drive to acquire drawing and painting skills.  Interestingly I had some nuns who loved my classes.

While I have had to teach myself to be more careful in sharing. I refuse to trade my personality for something less interesting.  Nudity is part of my personality.  It is part of being open. Whether seeking like minded open personalities is a key means for spreading naturism, I can not say.  There is a dark side to the open personality, that is being a little paranoid. It leads to questions: like am I over sharing, did I share with the wrong person or God did I post something that was too honest.  Product of being burnt I guess.

Cheers
Freehiker

Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: Bob Knows on July 30, 2017, 02:18:55 PM
I joined "True Nudist" a year or so ago. I grew bored with one to three word responses. I am a creature that enjoys conversation even written.  The many propositions form men and women lacked anything creative. After being hit up too many times by those seeking hook ups, I left.  I now avoid almost all sites claiming to be naturist or nudist. As others have pointed out, if the site sports too many pictures of nude young ladies, you can be sure it is not a real naturist site.  Most of us seem to be older.

There are more than a few porn and soft porn sites claiming to be nudist sites.  I don't mind seeing occasional photos of young naked women though.  But I'm an old man now and my photo is not what they are looking for. 

I have started sharing nude photos on web sites that are NOT primarily nudist sites.  Places that do not self identify as "nudist" sites.  I use Twitter, Similar Worlds, a thing called MeWe, etc. 

My belief is that naked humans is the NORMAL way for humans.  All that clothing is an aberration. So I quit doing it on-line.   

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While I have had to teach myself to be more careful in sharing. I refuse to trade my personality for something less interesting.  Nudity is part of my personality.  It is part of being open. Whether seeking like minded open personalities is a key means for spreading naturism, I can not say.  There is a dark side to the open personality, that is being a little paranoid. It leads to questions: like am I over sharing, did I share with the wrong person or God did I post something that was too honest.  Product of being burnt I guess.  Cheers Freehiker


I'm not sure what over sharing involves.   I seem to have gained about 75 followers on Twitter now, people who get my nude pictures every day.  Some of them re-share my photos. 

I don't have a day job so I'm not in jeopardy of being fired.  I encourage other people to share.  I don't have nude photos posted in my home though.

I also enjoy more discussion, not just photos of young people. 

Carpe Diem! 
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: freehiker on July 30, 2017, 03:12:03 PM
Over sharing usually happens in social situation requiring small talk with people you just met.  Over sharing is telling people your total life story. It is verbal nudity. People who are passionate about a hobby, political point of view, life style and so on tend to over share.

What I dislike with many so called nudist sites  and site on Flicker is the rampant lifting of photos from other sites and the too many sexually suggestive images. Most of these are young women posed in such away that is suited for a pin-up calendars.

Sharing nude images of self with those who signed up for your feed is not over sharing. But throwing nude pictures of self out on to sites can be a form of exhibitionism.

Cheers

Freehiker
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: JOhnGw on July 30, 2017, 04:10:24 PM
Which raises the question of where do you draw the line between sharing and exhibitionism, or are they overlapping concepts.
Please don't follow this up or we will have one of those silly debated like "hat is the difference between nudism and naturism" which seem to clog up so many forums.
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: freehiker on July 31, 2017, 06:04:31 AM

Exhibitionism is a form of abuse. Sharing thoughts and opinions  when not asked can be a form of abuse. The person on the receiving end often makes the judgement. Exhibitionism like over sharing often results in people avoiding the person known to be an over sharer. The same for exhibitionism. It is the question of the best way to achieve a goal.  The cure for over sharing is showing real interest in others. Learn who they are ask questions that get them talking. Learn where there is common ground. Use the common ground as the place to build understanding. Being smart is far better than using force. Exhibitionism is devising ways of forcing ones self onto others. Often there is a sexual note actual or imagined in exhibitionism.

Cheers

Freehiker
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: jbeegoode on July 31, 2017, 07:43:03 AM
It would seem to me that there is intent inherent in defining exhibitionism and sharing. Exhibitionism as a more psychological definition requires some sexual satisfaction. It can also be an act to get a reaction, a shock, or a sense of superiority, a victimization. Doing something to get approval from others is something else that can also be overdone. To me, I'm struck that "sharing" is a strange term for posting pics on the internet. I think of sharing as doing a favor for someone. But, there is the derivative of sharing as in a support group. It is exposure with the intent to heal, identify with, a story to teach among other purposes in group therapy.
Jbee
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: Bob Knows on July 31, 2017, 03:31:30 PM
Exhibitionism is a form of abuse.

I suppose that is true within a very limited definition of "exhibitionism."   Running naked through a soccer match is not abusive.  Walking naked down a street is not abusive.  The people seeing another human member of their own species are not being harmed and many enjoy looking.  An overt sexual intrusion in someone's peaceful life would be a form of abuse, but not just seeing another human.



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Sharing thoughts and opinions  when not asked can be a form of abuse. The person on the receiving end often makes the judgement.

I agree that religious zealots coming to my door to tell me that my religion is wrong, so I should join their religion, are being abusive. 

Bob
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: jbeegoode on July 31, 2017, 06:34:11 PM
The hard sale is abuse. Those telephone solicitors are abuse. Lies are abuse, but then there begins another grey area.

Minding ones own business instead of the intention to mess with someone else, to act with the purpose of disruption, or to make an unwanted point is something of a defining line. But, there are free speech and expression issues, that someone may not want to hear, like political remarks. Sometimes these have to be obnoxious to the powers that be and those who support them.

So, nudity as political expression is legal except when it is to protest anti-nudity laws. Nudity with sexual connotations are everywhere within reason. What is within reason? What does that mean; it is very grey? It is very opinionated. But then, mere nudity, which has nothing to do with anyone else, is not legal.

Now, what Bob is proposing, to be seen, is that legal, directed at someone who doesn't want it, a political act, minding his own business, is there a sexual connotation if prudes see it as sexual, unsolicited?

These are very confused and so bestowed upon us by the very confused, and therefore the worst of authority. In ignorance. So, obviously the points of prudes and the repression of nudity is not worthy of respect and not a legitimate response.

Anyway, back more directly to the basic topic, Meyers Briggs personality test is the most extensive, long practiced, inclusive and scientific personality test that I know. There are something like 36 personality types, with much grey and mixing. Still I believe that everybody is a naturist, they just don't know it yet.
Jbee
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: eyesup on July 31, 2017, 07:20:22 PM
Quote from: freehiker
It is part of being open. Whether seeking like minded open personalities is a key means for spreading naturism, I can not say.
I agree with Jbee that sharing may not be the right word although I know what you mean when you say it. For me it implies mutual support.

I generally tend to be a bit reserved when meeting new people. The closest I come to “oversharing” would be if I had a chance meeting with a kindred spirit. Then, I recognize that and the reserve begins to disappear. I am more willing to talk about all sorts of subjects. But I don’t think I’ve ever gone that overboard.

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There is a dark side to the open personality . . .  It leads to questions: like am I over sharing, did I share with the wrong person or . .  did I post something that was too honest.
Do you mean like realizing you have opened a sensitive subject without discovering whether the person can maintain a confidence or maybe offending with an honest opinion?

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The cure for over sharing is showing real interest in others. Learn who they are ask questions that get them talking.
Listening and paying attention to what is being said is becoming a lost art. There can be no communication if you don’t know what the subject being discussed is.

Duane
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: eyesup on July 31, 2017, 07:21:17 PM
I have always believed that exhibitionism is rooted in narcissism and is intended to attract attention. Forcing someone to witness more than simple nudity by including them in your sexual fantasy. If the nude person sees their nudity as casual and normal, that wouldn’t be exhibitionism.

I would classify streaking as a form of protest or lampooning. Poking fun at someone or an organization.

I have spent a considerable portion of my life learning that not everyone is the same. As a result you will meet a perfect gentleman or woman and a split second later bump into a type A personality that could ruin your day if you allow it. I’ve figured out that I have to be able to handle both. It’s called adapting.

As long as being nude in public is illegal, nude behavior will be construed as abusive. The truth of it is irrelevant, only the perception seems to matter. Too many people are far too worried about fragile egos and whether someone’s feelings have been hurt. Freedom of speech carries the “OBLIGATION” to allow others the same right as you claim without the demand that they believe the same.

Most people don’t seem to grasp the concept.

Duane
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: eyesup on July 31, 2017, 07:21:44 PM
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What I dislike with many so called nudist sites and site on Flicker is the rampant lifting of photos from other sites and the too many sexually suggestive images. Most of these are young women posed in such away that is suited for a pin-up calendars.
They remind me of Playboy. Posed to be alluring without the benefit of any substance or experience to validate the allure.

Duane
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: reubenT on August 14, 2017, 11:48:26 PM
While enjoying nakedness seems to be a general thing across all society and intelligence levels,   (some societies being more open to it than others due to their background)    I did meet several people of above average intelligence at the nudist resort I went to last June.  Looking forward to going back when I get opportunity.   I find it hard to make friends sometimes,  hard to relate socially in some ways.  So sharing where I come from and what I like doing is one way I pick up a friend here and there.  Trouble is,  what I'm interested in is not what most people are.   
   Even though not having official schooling much, since I started reading I started delving into technical literature and to this day work on researching and trying out inventions.  Was building one today that has been patented but not manufactured,  likely never will be since certain large energy interests would be against it,  but if I can make it work I sure can use it to build up my desired systems of operation.   My mother was heading into being a chemist and loving it,  but then decided her family was more important than a career.   There was always an element chart on the wall,  referred to it frequently.    I find myself hating sports,  hating parties,   but loving certain areas of technology, particularly energy generation.  Was into ham radio young, (for the technical side, had a hard time making conversation)  then learned general mechanics,  adding machining and foundry later.   I learned a lot about natural healing,  and horse training,  and then soil fertility management for nutrient dense food. 

   I'm just interested in too many things.   Can't ever get around to do them all.    Does being open to naked living go with the more intellectual type?     I don't know for sure.   Maybe it's just those who made more money in life can afford to hang out at a nudist resort, and those same happen to be on the above average intellectual list.  The lower level made less money and do more nude home hanging out.    Just in general.   There are those who were super high level minds who made little money,  and those of little intelligence who made lots.   But the latter few and far between, usually if handed wealth they blow it.    Nicola Tesla was a man of greater mind than I can get mine around,   but he was very poor at managing money.  Too focused on his train of thought and the next experiment to have any mental room for money development or even a social life.  Some things he invented would have been a massive benefit to society,  but since it promised to put certain big business out of business he was stopped and they keep stopping it ever since. 
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: eyesup on August 15, 2017, 12:35:58 AM
Quote from: ReubenT
Does being open to naked living go with the more intellectual type? I don't know for sure.
To prefer naked living there needs to be a comfort with and/or confidence in yourself and what you believe. I don’t think education or money has anything to do with it. All those things affect is how you do the naked living.

Fortunately you can be from anywhere and be any type person and choose naked living.
To me it’s a truly equalizing way of life.

Duane
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: Bob Knows on August 15, 2017, 01:24:58 AM
Anyway, back more directly to the basic topic, Meyers Briggs personality test is the most extensive, long practiced, inclusive and scientific personality test that I know. There are something like 36 personality types, with much grey and mixing. Still I believe that everybody is a naturist, they just don't know it yet.
Jbee

Some years ago i did some reading about the Meyers Briggs personality test.  I guess its accurate.  I'm not sure its relevant.

My conclusion after observing people for all my life is that virtually every human has a deep desire to see other humans, and to be seen and approved by other humans.  Humans spend huge amounts of time watching films of other humans, reading "celeb" magazines about other humans, watching TV and now sharing selfies on Internet.

My wife long observed that the amount of effort a culture has to put into holding a taboo is a measure of how deeply the people want to do whatever is taboo.  To keep nudity taboo they have to use very powerful shame, sin, fear, punishment, and other manipulative tactics.  And still people fight it off.  Now that people can share selfies in the privacy of our own home there are literally millions of naked selfies posted and shared every day on the Internet.  And they come from all cultures.  India is getting big into naked selfies now. 

I believe that the "nude personality" is HUMAN.   Give people permission.  Or often just let them get away with it privately.  BAM!  Another naked selfie is posted.  And equally they are LOOKING AT everyone else's naked selfies.  They "friend" each other.  People who post nudes of ordinary people have thousands of "friends" or "followers."  I've only been posting nude photos of a grumpy old man and I have almost 100 followers already on Twitter.  People want it. Ordinary people want it.  The personality that wants to see and be seen is HUMAN. 

We need to be pushing public acceptance.  Stop accepting the taboo.  Give people permission to be naked.
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: kensunwalker on August 15, 2017, 02:34:10 PM
I studied personality tests as part of my doctoral studies.  The Meyers Briggs test (and really all personality tests) are unreliable because they simplify the fact that people behave differently in different situations.  (naturists know that of course.)  One author called them management astrology.
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: Bob Knows on August 15, 2017, 04:32:44 PM
One author called them management astrology.

LOL.  Management astrology is a good term for such tests.   My big problem with those tests was that they are all way to vague to use for any practical purpose.  You get a score, something like, "Mr. Smith is an IJTB"    WTF?   How is that gobbledygook going to improve production or sales? 


Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: eyesup on August 15, 2017, 05:24:20 PM
Quote from: Bob
My wife long observed that the amount of effort a culture has to put into holding a taboo is a measure of how deeply the people want to do whatever is taboo.
Good point and probably correct.

Duane
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: eyesup on August 15, 2017, 05:25:27 PM
Quote from: kensunwalker
The Meyers Briggs test (and really all personality tests) are unreliable because they simplify the fact that people behave differently in different situations (naturists know that of course.)  One author called them management astrology.
Under the official bylaws, which are still in abeyance and under challenge, of the hypothetical society of contrarians that I have refused to join, I am expected, not required, to not participate in all evaluations.

The inherent value of any survey would necessarily be rendered nil by the contrarian participant. The additional request to all contrarians is to confound the data by intentionally behaving, well, contrary.

Duane
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: eyesup on August 15, 2017, 05:32:11 PM
Wow!

When I logged on there were 27 guests viewing the site.
Busy day!

Duane

Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: JOhnGw on August 15, 2017, 05:56:41 PM
Duane, you have unfortunately reminded me of a notice which appeared in a student newspaper.
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The secretary of the Apathetic Society can't be bothered to thank all those who did not attend the AGM which was not held in the Great Hall at 7:30 on 23rd October.
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: jbeegoode on August 15, 2017, 09:27:04 PM
Meyers Briggs was the one that personality test that I found reliable enough to be useful, but I found none definitive in my graduate studies. I certainly understand the comparison to astrology, very clever.

It does show that there is a human tendency to see people as ones own perspective. An Alcoholic may believe that everybody drinks some and culture as much to do with bars. Then they are shocked that statistics tell them that actually most people don't drink and the 10% of the population drinks 90% of the booze. An engineer sees others from a more mechanical perspective, A tea party person may think that he is in a majority and get surprised. There are plenty of examples. So, the test over decades now has sorted things out. There are many personality types. They all have grey areas fusing into others, exceptions come by that. This is good to know when people start lumping people together. There are only tendencies to identify, a piece of a greater puzzle.

The way to identify a potential nudist by personality, is someone who likes being naked. Which I believe is true of not only certain personality types, but every personality type, once the social restrictions weaken and opportunity exist.
Jbee
Jbee
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: nuduke on August 15, 2017, 11:59:23 PM
I did a Myers Briggs several times over my career,  I always found it very descriptive of me and it followed the changes in me with time and experience, changing somewhat between the first and last which were many years apart.  However, I am aware of the debate around its capacity to describe accurately in some situations.  Nevertheless, knowing how my profile pans out and in conjunction with a number of other ways of opening up self knowledge, I have found it useful over my working life and I keep a self-eye on my personality and behaviours whilst interacting in business-like activities (such as voluntary work) as that helps be a good soul in teams and committees.


If this forum is any comparison I think the general intellectual standard among naturists must be above average.  However, looking at the level and standard of interaction other, sometimes more active, naturist forums, I think the opposite might be true!


John
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: jbeegoode on August 16, 2017, 12:15:13 AM
The MB test is important and useful depending on what your are using it for.

A couple of studies, or polls, came to the conclusion that there was a greater percentage of naturists that were more educated than the general population...whatever that means!?! :o
Jbee
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: JOhnGw on August 16, 2017, 08:56:36 AM
I did a Myers Briggs several times over my career,  I always found it very descriptive of me and it followed the changes in me with time and experience, changing somewhat between the first and last which were many years apart.  However, I am aware of the debate around its capacity to describe accurately in some situations.

<snip>

John
It may be that it worked well for you because you came from the same cultural background as the people who devised the test.
I have always believed that all such tests, including the much used IQ tests, are very culture dependent.
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: eyesup on August 16, 2017, 10:24:46 PM
I remember watching a program years ago that discussed this. There were significantly lower IQ scores in Australia on tests given to the indigenous people. The obvious conclusion was that they weren’t as intelligent.

An enterprising worker suggested that the questions and tasks on the test be modified to reflect a knowledge rooted in the life experience of the Aboriginal people. The scores rose to reflect similar distributions of any other group tested.

So I would tend to agree with JOhnGw’s statement. When they come up with a test that returns the same results among differing people, then there might be a actual ‘good test’.

Duane
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: nuduke on August 17, 2017, 12:57:25 AM
I did a Myers Briggs several times over my career,  I always found it very descriptive of me and it followed the changes in me with time and experience, changing somewhat between the first and last which were many years apart.  However, I am aware of the debate around its capacity to describe accurately in some situations.
John
It may be that it worked well for you because you came from the same cultural background as the people who devised the test.
I have always believed that all such tests, including the much used IQ tests, are very culture dependent.


I suspect that's correct, JOhn.  Also the tests were based, I believe, on the theories of Carl Jung which in itself must introduce some sort of viewpoint or bias. 


I think the success of the test being in huge usage all over the globe indicates its usefulness to those who ask for it and those who take it.  I'm no evangelist here, I just found it useful for myself. 


Another good use of the test was when I did once administer it to the members of one of my teams during a team building day and the effect was remarkable.  They got their results and I observed that the results were private to each individual but, unbidden, everyone started discussing their Myers Briggs profile together and not only did that generate a useful self working session that I had to do hardly anything to keep it primed and on track and back in the office it cured a few ongoing tensions and promoted much more self motivation in the team to organise themselves around whatever task appeared on the horizon, allocating tasks fitted to the various personalities. So again, I think the individual people did recognise themselves in their Myers Briggs profile and were thereby able to take a dispassionate view of their strengths and weaknesses that helped interaction.


John
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: JOhnGw on August 17, 2017, 08:32:43 AM
I was not denying the usefulness of such tools, just pointing out that all tools have their limitations and that they should be used with that in mind.

I have heard academic qualifications described as "A fallible measure of the candidate's ability to do an arbitrary test on a particular date."
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: jbeegoode on August 18, 2017, 02:28:02 AM
I was not denying the usefulness of such tools, just pointing out that all tools have their limitations and that they should be used with that in mind.

I have heard academic qualifications described as "A fallible measure of the candidate's ability to do an arbitrary test on a particular date."
Dat would discrib I.Q.Testies.
Jbee
Title: Re: Naked personality
Post by: eyesup on August 18, 2017, 07:54:27 AM
I believe the plural is spelled “testes”, Jbee! ;) ;D
And wouldn’t that be anthropomorphizing a test?

Duane