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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Tuesday's Psychology Trivia: Does Facebook Change Personality?

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Thought for the Day: I had a busy day yesterday & posted my Motivational Monday post late last night. This morning I had a wonderful comment from a psychologist in Australia responding to my request for help. It only shows that online, it may never be too late to post somewhere in the world! I hope you will take a peek at Monday's post since I need some help as I try to understand how to make my posts suit your needs & interests better. In keeping with my attempt to understand how social media impacts on my readers & our modern world my trivia question relates to how Facebook impacts on our lives & personalities. How does your profile reflect on you, your personality & your relationships? What do you think? Here's the question:

            Facebook & Facebook profiles, photos & posts have been found to change our personality by:
                   a) Predicting a couple's happiness
                   b) Contributing to breakups of relationships
                   c) Impacting on Self Affirmation
                   d) Increasing narcissism
                   e) Increasing extroversion
                   f) all of the above
                   g) b), d), & e)

What do you think the answer is? I hope you will come back on Thursday for the answer & my reflection on the answer.


Man (top left)
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Woman (bottom right)
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Woman Taking Photos (Right top)
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Couple (bottom left)
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Facebook (top)
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1 comment:

Smadar said...

Tough question. I have absolutely no idea. I'll be checking tomorrow to see what the studies show. Fascinating!