Personality Types & Body LanguageDoes it work?
While visual signals are hard to spot, I am able to predict a persons neojungian type with atleast a 70% accuracy, much higher than the accuracy if my results would have come up purely by chance (6% accuracy or lower) The accuracy will increase as our test becomes more efficient at tracking down types, as well as when I become more experienced and skilled in the art of visual typing. At the moment, I do most of my visual typing in the morning, so if you have any requests for people you want to type, send me videos or images at
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How to read people:
There is a correlation between how much a person activates their forehead muscles and Explorative / Bottom-up processing. (Fighter or Explorer) This correlation is opposed to how much a person activates their eyelid muscles: such a person should instead test as evaluative on our personality test (and show a higher use of top-down processing!) (Leader or Teacher signal)
Abstract Explorative types show unconscious, natural, relaxed activation of the forehead muscles, but tense, locked, firm activation of the eyelid muscles. Abstract evaluative types instead show unconscious, natural, relaxed activation of the eyelid muscles, but tense, locked, firm activation of the forehead muscles. Relaxed activation causes more round lines and wrinkles. Focused activation causes more linear and unnatural wrinkles.
There is a correlation between how much a person activates their lower cheek-muscles and execution/goal-oriented personality traits. (Fighter or Leader) If you instead activate your upper jaw muscles more, you should test as a processing personality type. (Explorer or Teacher)
Organic Execution (***OE) types have a relaxed activation of their lower cheek muscles and a tense, firm activation of their jaws (locked in place) and their nose as a result of mechanic processing (***MP). Mechanic Execution (***ME) types have a tense activation of their lower cheek muscles aswell as organic processing (***OP) causing a relaxed, natural activation of the lower jaw muscles.
Why? Everyone is always typing others visually, based on stereotypes or shallow ideas. We study others smiles, eyes, and their interactions, because it gives us an unconscious idea of their personality. It helps us know who we want to approach (for example our ideal match) vs who we want to avoid, as well as who look and remind us of us. Because there are networks in the brain responsible for unconscious muscle activation, causing natural, relaxed motions, as well as muscles responsible for conscious, firm motions. This has however never been explained or systemized before. So here's an unique opportunity to begin to learn and to discover type in people. More information and resources on this will be added with time, so stay tuned!
Empathic Leader example:
Intellectual Leader Example: