posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 06:25 PM
reply to post by Droogie
I wonder if somewhere along the line, we could come up with a way to adjust the answers of a survey, based on the an attached personality test of the
survey-taker. Like say for instance, someone had a 'type 73' personality, they are now 20% more likely to be 'daring' in question 5b, and we can
now account for that. Is this at all possible?
Take a personality test, take an IQ test, take a 'general interests' test, etc... then take the survey.
All that's left to do, is adjust the final survey to eliminate all the noise, so to speak.
But actually now while i was typing this out, I was wondering if after you adjusted everything, wouldn't everyone's answers be the same or
Too mush thoughts