Monday, April 11, 2011

In passing

Received a link to the Pierley/Redford Dissociative Affect Test in my email this morning courtesy of VSL. Couldn't pass up the chance to take it and the results are as weird/creepy as the questions:
Verbally and mentally fluid, you are refreshing and illuminating to those around you. This is occasionally somewhat discounted by the obvious pleasure that you take in exercising your mental acuity. Although generally peaceful you can often take a verbally aggressive tact in relations with the world, which can often be misunderstood by those around you. Innovative in the extreme, you can often think yourself right out of the correct answer to a given problem. Many times you are referred to as your own worst enemy. You tire very quickly of routine and so make poor clerks or administrative help. You also have no respect for authority and little patience for those you regard as inferior, most especially those in charge. Experimentation is your watchword and can occasionally lead to experience for its own sake and shallow decadence. Your thought can sometimes be scattered and disconnected.
I'm not even going to do my usual italicizing to show what I think is accurate in this result, but it's a little freakish. I sound a bit like a Nazi hedonist, or Ayn Rand, both options being entirely NOT what I want to be. Unfortunately, there is a lot here that is also pretty accurate.

Maybe if I take this test again after vacation, it'll be more realistic and I'll appreciate the results more.

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