To understand humans and their personality, an entirely different study known as physiognomy is followed by scholars. Physiognomy is the study of facial expressions of humans.
To understand humans and their personality, an entirely different study known as physiognomy is followed by scholars. Physiognomy is the study of facial expressions of humans. Right from the time of Aristotle, people have been using the approach to predict human behavior. Physiognomy is derived from a Greek word, which if broken down, means judging the nature of humans. Personality prediction is quite a challenging job, which requires a lot of study and research. But the results derived from the study may or may not be accurate. And that’s the lacuna which promises to fill!
Knowing your Personality using
We humans can be quite temperamental and complicated to figure out. Take, for example, the teacher-student relationship. Providing the best education is always the aim of all educational institutions. Educating and guiding students right for a better tomorrow has been an educator’s priority since times immemorial. But not all students will have similar interests, however. Some students might be good at lab work, while some might be good at sports, and some others at mathematics. Some students might open up to teachers sooner than the others. Understanding each student on a personal level is not an easy undertaking for any teacher. Now, what if teachers are given tool, that helps them understand a student’s personality?
Then there is the example of lunch hours at offices. While some employees might stick to the same spot every day and have their food, others experiment sitting with different people and in different spots inside the cafeteria. These small choices we make, say big things about our personality type.
Blinking, Winking, and Moving your Eyes to Know your Personality Trait
People say that eyes are the window to the soul. Our eyes say a lot about what we feel, think and perceive in a given situation. On careful examination, we’ll find that our pupils expand and contract in response to every occurrence us. So, just by looking at a person’s eyes, we can determine what they’re thinking or feeling. Researchers at the University of South Australia and the University of Stuttgart found a close connection between the eye movements and personality traits of an individual. The study identified that people with same behavior tend to move their eyes in a similar fashion.[…]