About Me

  • Name: Denise Tan
  • DOB: 13th July 1987
  • NTU Sociology student


    "Serenity in the sky" Version 1.01 is designed by Princess Sabrina.

    The ingredients used to put it all together includes, PHP, CSS, XHTML, Adobe & Macromedia, Creativity, and not forgetting, Inspiration.

    * Best viewed at 1024 x 768.


    Id Love You To Want Me - Lobo
    Powered by Blogger
    Subscribe to
    Posts [Atom]

    StaR in An auTuMn's niTe...

    sHimMeriNg of sTars in tHe niTe skY...bRinG my hAnd fOrwArD..tRyinG tO rEacH thEm...n wOndEriNg...wiLL i bE abLe to hOLd tHeM iN mY hAnD...?

    Thursday, May 24, 2007

    personality 100

    Denise, your Personality SummaryKey Areas of your Personality
    Your personality stands out from the average person's particularly in the areas of:

    Your High Curiosity Level
    Your High Need for Control/ Predictability
    Your High Empathy/ Sensitivity Level

    Your personality is made up of a unique pattern of traits. These traits impact the way you think, feel, and behave on an everyday basis. In your report you will read a detailed explanation of each of your core personality traits, including your strengths and challenge points.

    Your Interaction Style:
    You scored 30 in the area of extroversion/ introversion, which means that your energy is directed primarily inward, rather than outward. Your mixed score in this trait creates an interesting and alluring combination of traits: You are social yet also very reflective and introspective. You like to be around people, but too much interaction drains your energy. You need to retreat every once in a while in order to recharge your batteries. Keep these needs in mind when choosing the ideal work situation for you, otherwise you won't feel happy.

    Social patterns: You are right-brained when it comes to interacting with people and recognizing emotions in other people.

    What does this mean? Since there is a 'cross-over' in the human brain for visual information, it means that you tend to focus on the left side of a person's face when you want to figure out what they are thinking and feeling.

    Hearing preferences are an interesting exception to this right-left crossover rule. For example, if two people were talking behind a closed door and you needed to put your ear on the door to eavesdrop, it's likely that you would use your right ear instead of your left.

    webpage: personality 100


    Post a Comment

    Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

    << Home