• Answer with your immediate reaction.
• Do not reflect, ask other people, think about options, or break down the logic of the sentence before answering.
• Be honest about your initial reaction as this is your native attitude.
• Listen to the cues your body gives you about the reaction you are having to the question.
• If the wording of a question is confusing, re-read it until you have some sort of positive or negative reaction.
• If you still cannot determine what a question is asking, choose neutral.
• Quicker is better for this testing method.

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1.I easily shuffle through complex and wordy theoretical information. *
2.I can change my appearance as often as I want without worry. *
3.All potential logical details should be explored through conversation. *
4.I make sure I am correct before relaying information. *
5.My emotions overwhelm and confuse me. *
6.I doubt my ability to make the right decisions in life. *
7.It’s more important how my decisions affect others rather than myself. *
8.The feelings of others are often more interesting than my own. *
9.I often doubt what other people claim to be true. *
10.I hesitate to imagine my future. *
11.Emotions are warning signs for other more important issues in life. *
12.Logical conclusions speak for themselves. *
13.I distrust my emotional reactions. *
14.Basic physical needs should be fulfilled rather than endlessly discussed. *
15.Future plans should be examined and discussed as much as possible. *
16.I am skeptical of practical and health-oriented advice. *
17.The journey of self-development is just as important as the end goal. *
18.I have a strong ability to organize physical spaces. *
19.I take extra time to figure out what is true or false. *
20.Bodily needs should be taken care of quickly. *
21.The answers for my future are held outside of myself. *
22.Physical needs should be quickly considered and attained. *
23.I am certain that my emotions are true and worthy. *
24.I believe in my ability to manifest the future that I want. *
25.I am not reluctant to give my own conclusions to anyone. *
26.I immediately understand what I need physically. *
27.Physical desires are hinting at a greater need that we are unaware of. *
28.Emotions should be expressed bluntly. *
29.It takes effort to figure out what my emotions mean. *
30.I can immediately pinpoint what I desire in any moment. *
31.It is more important to feel emotions rather than analyze them. *
32.I am always creating new standards for my physical desires. *
33.I am the only one who can decide my future. *
34.I have low tolerance for dealing with the physical world. *
35.Emotions speak for themselves and do not need constant investigation. *
36.I consider the logical opinions of others by default. *
37.I am able to think of numerous possible solutions to logical problems. *
38.Each piece of data should inspire discussion of all other related ideas. *
39.Imagining all the decisions I can make freaks me out. *
40.What matters most is what directly affects one’s future. *
41.Emotional exchanges do not scare me in the slightest. *
42.I am interested in the routines of others. *
43.I doubt that others can accurately predict the future. *
44.I doubt the accuracy of my longterm forecasts. *
45.The rational answer should be obvious and to the point. *
46.I am skeptical of what other people feel and why they feel that way. *
47.Thinking about my future does not scare me at all. *
48.I can handle any emotions that pop into my awareness. *
49.The truth is forever changing and should be extensively discussed. *
50.Plans for the future should be swiftly constructed. *
51.I can deal with all twists and turns that my future may entail. *
52.Understanding the complexity of how my body works takes time and effort. *
53.I get overloaded by information and have to take breaks and realign myself. *
54.Emotional journeys should help bring people together. *
55.Finding the correct answer is a solo journey – not a group project. *
56.I must follow my own emotions, never relinquishing control. *
57.I accept life advice from others. *
58.Feelings should be extensively discussed and explored deeply. *
59.I immediately know which emotions are important to me. *
60.I accept the emotional expression of others at face value. *
61.My routines are my own and I will ask others if I want feedback. *
62.What you become speaks for itself – the journey to get there is personal. *
63.I instantly find the most rational answers to logical problems. *
64.I immediately consider the theories that others put forth. *
65.I instantly notice how I could manipulate and change my physical surroundings. *
66.Sensual experiences are better if they are a shared experience. *
67.I accept practical advice from others. *
68.The five senses should be thoroughly felt and investigated. *
69.My emotional world is my own unless I specifically ask for feedback. *
70.I do not have a strong relationship to my body and how it operates. *
71.I deplete too much energy trying to figure out my life. *
72.What I believe is true is more valuable than what others believe is true. *