Are You a “Workaholic?”

To take this quiz, just pick any unique username that you like. We’re interested in seeing if there are overall statistical relationships between how people score on the different quizzes we offer from time to time, so you can help us out by picking a username that you can remember and enter it each time you take one of our quizzes. Any results will be kept completely anonymous and confidential, unless you choose to share them with others. Thanks!         Cover image: Balathasan Sayanthan

What’s Your Social Style? Take the Quiz!

To take this quiz, just pick any unique username that you like. We’re interested in seeing if there are overall statistical relationships between how people score on the different quizzes we offer from time to time, so you can help us out by picking a username that you can remember and enter it each time you take one of our quizzes. Any results will be kept completely anonymous and confidential, unless you choose to share them with others. Thanks!         Cover image credit: Valery Kenski

How Machiavellian Are You?

Niccolò Machiavelli is a famous historical figure…with a controversial legacy. His influential writings popularized the idea that decisions should be evaluated by their consequences, rather than by the actions taken to achieve those consequences. In a competition, the person who is willing to do anything to win has the advantage. The ends justify the means. If you believe these ideas, you are a Machiavellian.   How Machiavellian are you? Take the Quiz to find out!   But what exactly does it mean to be Machiavellian? The concept is often misunderstood. In this post, we bust the 3 biggest myths.   Myth 1: […]

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The Apple Logo Isn’t Quite What You Think

Apple Computer has one of the most instantly recognizable brand logos of all time. It’s a simple design. Basically just the silhouette of an apple. Certainly, you would recognize it if you saw it…or would you?   We all rely on memory in our day-to day lives. Remembering is so central to our own personal experiences, we often forget just how flawed memory is. When researchers recently tested actual memory for the Apple logo, people were very confident that they could accurately remember it. Only about 1% of participants could accurately draw a picture of it from memory. When tested for simple […]

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