What Your Selfie Reveals About Your Personality?
Using personality cues from the study "What does your selfie say about you?", we try to guess your personality trait based on your selfies.
Do your selfies feature only yourself?
Do your selfies include your torso?
Are you more likely to have the camera above or below your head?
Do you tend to make a 'duckface'?
Do you tend to smile or project a positive image?
Do you tend to look directly at the Camera?
Is the whole of your face visible in your selfies?
Do you tend to add location information to your selfies?
Will you modify your selfies in Photoshop or another editing program?
Do you press your lips together in selfies?
Will the background of your selfie usually feature a private location, like a bedroom?
Will the background of your selfie usually feature a public location, like a landmark?
Your predominant trait appears to be extroversion! You're more likely to smile and feature many people in your selfies.
Extroverts tend to be more sociable, talkative, and express more positive emotion than introverts.
Your predominant trait appears to be agreeableness! You're less likely to make a duckface than you are to smile and you are more likely to have the camera below your face.
Agreeable individuals are kind, cooperative and trusting, and they value social affiliation.
Your predominant trait appears to be conscientiousness! You're more likely to take pictures from below, add location information and take a selfie in a public place.
Conscientious individuals tend to be cautious, intolerant of ambiguity, hardworking, and disciplined.
Your predominant trait appears to be neuroticism! You're more likely to prefer to take selfies alone and make duckfaces than you are to smile in selfies.
Neuroticism is typically associated with anxiety, moodiness and low self-esteem.
Your predominant trait appears to be openness! You're more likely to have the whole of your face visible and you're more likely to edit your selfies.
Openness to experience is related to creativity, curiosity, risk-taking, and preference for novelty and variety.