Dr Oz: Learning From Personality Quizzes
Dr Oz was thrilled to reveal the personality-type quizzes that he believes you and everyone in your life need to take. He claims they are psychology-backed quizzes that can reveal things about yourself you may not have even known. First Dr Oz and his trusty helper took to the streets to conduct an ink blot test. There was hardly an answer they had in common, which was all the more fascinating.
Life coach and licensed therapist Tia Brown explained that ink blot tests and personality quizzes as a whole, tend to be pretty accurate. There have been pretty significant findings as a result, including that people who have stronger social relationships have a lower chance of developing dementia. Also, if you’re living a stressful life or are an anxious person, you have an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
Dr Oz then displayed twelve different cartoons and explained that they’re often used to identify your family’s psychology. They’re great for getting an idea of where you feel you stand among your other family members. You can find the cartoons and other quizzes in “Psychobook.”
Dr Oz: What Does Your Email Say About Your Personality?
Tia then explained to Dr Oz that your email can actually be one of the biggest clues to your inner stress levels. Doctors have identified five personality traits known as “the big five,” that are reflected in the way you email. First, Tia and Dr Oz spoke to a woman who’s email classified her as a “whimsical” type. Whimsical personalities tend to stick with lower case letters, use quotes and abbreviations when it comes to their emails, and are typically open to new experiences and impulsive.
On the opposite side of the spectrum, there was Dr Oz with his “to the point” type emails. Those emails tend to be perfectly written and straightforward, and are usually from type-A personalities, corporate leaders, and over-achievers.
Then there’s the people who tend to use a lot of exclamation points in their emails. They are sending the “high-energy” type emails and tend to be expressive and willing to accept to a new challenge.
Dr Oz: Paper Clip Personality Test
There’s actually a new theory that claims the way you bend and unbend a paper clip could hold the secrets to your psyche. Dr Oz gave everyone in his audience a paper clip to fiddle with, before determining what the shapes may mean.
For those who simply opened up the paper clip, creating what looks like an open heart or circle, tend to be warm, loving, and inviting. They also tend to be trusting, unassuming, and spontaneous.
On the other hand, if your paper clip looks more like an “S” you’re likely very outgoing, fun, sociable, energetic, and experience a lot of emotional highs and lows.
Tia then explained that there was actually a psychiatrist who noticed while he was in session with his clients, they would be fiddling with paper clips and creating different shapes. He began matching the different shapes to his client profiles and figured out different personality types that tend to be true.