looking for a site with lots of personality tests? similar minds (link below) is not a bad resource for that. not only do you get the standard meyers briggs but also other ones. here you can see my cattell 16 PF result. the “16PF” refer to 16 personality traits. wikipedia will tell you lots more… Continue reading personality tests
yesterday we went car shopping. after driving the sixth test car, in which we were quite interested, the salesperson made us a very tempting offer. we did the rational thing and retired for a family powwow to a nearby fast food place. after briefly going through the pros and cons of another car that was… Continue reading decisions
a few months ago, some people in switzerland came up with paper.li, a program that organizes links shared on twitter into an easy to read newspaper-style format. newspapers can be created for any twitter user, list or #tag. (there is a fun little wordplay to the name: the “li” at the end, a sort of… Continue reading psychology dailies
part 2 of the change questionnaire. let me know what you think – it’s really just an adapted draft at this stage. 17. Please rate these areas of your life on a scale of 1-10. 1 would be very poor, 5 would be acceptable and 10 very good. a. Finances ___ b. Relationships ___ c.… Continue reading change questionnaire, part 2
i am currently playing with an adaptation of the readiness for change questionnaire for personal changes. there are 50-odd questions (i’ll probably pare it down to about 35, 40 – less, hopefully, with your help!). as i’m doing this i’m interested in all the different angles change can be looked at, and am also thinking… Continue reading change questionnaire
here is the link to my final post on brainblogger on using chaos theory to understand conflict and, hopefully, see which way peace lies. following the lead of a team of multidiscplinary researchers (psychologists, sociologists, etc.), we look at three solutions: interrupting the feedback loop of conflict finding commonalities the butterfly effect – doing small… Continue reading peace, conflict and chaos
i am still intrigued by the question of the relationship between work, mental health and peace. it is interesting that this relationship is hardly ever explored, not even the relationship between the workplace and peace. however, here and there i find a little nugget. one of them is giving peace a chance: organizational leadership, empowerment,… Continue reading organizational leadership, empowerment and sustainable peace
… a topic that interests me a lot these days. here is part 1 of a 3-(or more?) series i’m writing at brainblogger, inspired by research that seeks to illuminate the mystery of peace and conflict through dynamical systems/chaos theory.