【读心术:从手机屏幕看性格秘密】

【读心术:从手机屏幕看性格秘密】你是哪种类型的人?组织性强、自我要求高的工作狂,还是比较随性、组织性低的富有创意者?Friedman和Rosenman博士通过研究手机屏幕来推测性格,你的手机APP的通知是清除还是放之不管?你会给你的wifi取名字吗?一起看看下面这组图,判断下性格吧!

Which type of person are YOU? The personality test that reveals whether you're a high-achieving workaholic or an unstressed creative

Personalities generally fall into two categories; Type A and Type B
One type is ambitious and organised, the other is creative and calmer
Artist João Rocha, from Lisbon, illustrates how the two react to one object
Pictures show how different people use everything from the internet to hats

By CAROLINE MCGUIRE FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 14:51 GMT, 16 June 2015 | UPDATED: 18:03 GMT, 16 June 2015

 

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Since the 1960s, it has been widely thought that personalities fall into two categories; Type A and Type B.
Following a study by two cardiologists called Dr. Meyer Friedman and Dr. Ray Rosenman, two broad groups were created that reflect a person's general behaviour.
Type A people are ambitious, highly organised, highly status-conscious, impatient and high-achieving workaholics.

On the other hand, Type B people are less stressed, attracted to more creative careers and less obsessed with competing against others.
While many of the initial findings, which were designed to work out the types of people who more more susceptible to heart problems like strokes, have seen been replaced with other theories, the basic sentiment about there being two different types of people has remained.

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A Tumblr blog called 2 Kinds Of People has now sought to illustrate this.
The Portuguese Art Director called João Rocha, from Lisbon, has drawn several different types of illustrations that depict two different personalities and how they react to one object or situation.

For instance, a person either has thousands of notifications stacked up on their phone apps, or they have zero, in the same way that they will have the apps all on their phone homepage or organised into separate folders.
The differences can also extend to fashion and food.
For example, a person might bite their chocolate straight from the bar or they break off a chunk before enjoying the treat, in the same way that a woman or man instinctively wears their baseball cap backwards or forwards.

João told the Huffington Post: '[There is] the idea that you have all these sort of differences that span gender, religion, age or nationality, that set you apart from some and bring you together with others.'
Some of the illustrations are clear decisions, like whether you might prefer small headphones to larger studio ones or your sandwiches cut into rectangles or triangles.
But others are a subconscious move that you might never have even twigged that you do, for instance - when a website asks you for a date of birth, do you give them your birthday or click on the first date that comes up?
Others are potentially just down to how much effort you can be bothered to put in on any given day, whether it's setting one morning alarm on your phone or multiple alarms.

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And some can simply be applied to how much money you might have, for instance a university student might watch their TV programmes on a laptop because they don't have room in their bedroom for a television.
And someone who hasn't been exposed to many cultures might choose a fork over a pair of chopsticks when eating sushi because they have never been taught how to use the sticks.
João added: 'Regardless of who you are, and however different you may think you are from anybody else, you will always have something small in common even with someone that’s the entire opposite of you.
'You may be a devout Christian or an ardent atheist, and still prefer to cut your bread the exact same way.'

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