Personality Test Center

An insightful journey into personality

Research studies

Personality research studies

Personality research facts from academic institutions and published journals.

Research topics include personality testing, mental health, personaity traits and education.

  Yoga vs anxiety
 Yoga may help treat people with general anxiety disorder and can alleviate symptoms of chronic nervousness and worry. Study: NYU Grossman School of Medicine, 2020
  Motivation bias
 People are increasingly likely to stop gathering information the more the data matches their desired conclusions. Study: University College London, 2019
  Conscious feelings
 Bodily sensations give rise to conscious feelings. The five major categories of human conscious feelings are positive emotions, negative emotions, cognitive functions, somatic states, and illnesses. Study: University of Turku, 2018
  Suppressing emotions
 Suppressing negative emotions during a health scare may whip up spiral of fear. Study: Pennsylvania State University, 2018
  Controlling thoughts
 We may have less control of our thoughts than we think. Involuntary counting and imagery is present in the conscious mind in response to external stimuli. Study: Sabrina Bhangal1, Christina Merrick, Hyein Cho and Ezequiel Morsella
  Impostor syndrome
 The impostor syndrome manifests when skilled, highly trained people feel that they are incapable and are deceiving others; 20% of college students experienced strong feelings of impostorism. Study: Brigham Young University, 2019
  Enviable events
 We are more envious of someone's covetable experience before it happens, rather than afterwards. Study: Booth School of Business, The University of Chicago, 2019
  Interaction with pets
 Interaction with cats and dogs has stress-relieving benefits. Study subjects who had more interaction with pets, exhibited significantly less cortisol in their saliva. Study: Washington State University, 2019
  Major depressive episodes (MDEs)
 After factoring in recall error, real percentages for MDEs are closer to 30% of women and 17% of men. Study:, 2020
  Identifying traits
 Anxiety, depression and psychosis can be identified via language in social media posts. Source:, 2019

select_all In the news

Teacher support

poll Polls


new_releases Subscribe

Get the latest news & tests