It is hard answering this question.Can you answer some questions? (I'm gonna make them up, I'm quite new to this but I'll try).
1) You're a part of a group project, what would piss you off more? Someone criticising another person because their idea is illogical or someone criticising the first critic for being insensitive?
I would think it to be unnecessary to criticise someone for being insensitive. Not everyone is aware of others emotions.
In reality, I would say that I find it unnecessary for someone to criticise another person, but in this case, It would piss me off if someone is criticised due to having illogical ideas. When I am in such a situation, I blame the critic for unnecessarily having a go at someone else. If it is illogical, then be polite and tell him why. As illogical as an idea seems, If it is highly improbable, I would gently turn him down, but also get him involved in the ' idea generation' process.Based on how I think, I prefer 'T', but based on my actions, 'F' is more present.2) Congratulations, you realised that Q1 was designed to determine whether you are T or F and you didn't like it because it was obvious and you could manipulate it however you wanted. So how do you bias? towards T or F?I prefer analysing the experiment before the data to predict the logic. I personally find it a chore to look over data to find logic.3) You're doing a scientific experiment, what excites you more? Looking over the data to find logic? Or analysing the experiment before the the data and trying to predict the logic with theory?Not really, only for security. There are too many possibilities and tangents for people to bounce off to. It is overwhelming. I would rather focus on what I can do, and how I achieve it. Found a way to explain it. What If's tend to come off to me as an explosion. My way of generating ideas is ... reminding that explosion. from many to one instead of the other way.4) Do you like "What if" type of questions?I am organised. Personally I cannot do any sort of work when my surroundings is a mess. It does last, the important stuff is always organised, the other stuff, are either untouched or left, neatly stacked on my table.5) Are you well organised, if you try to be organised does it ever last, does it drain your energy?
It doesn't drain my energy. I feel rather energised entering a clean and neat room.
In terms of my thoughts, I do my best to organise it, feelings too, but it is harder and I would need a lot of alone time to work out on how I feel about something. I have to be sure I'm not blindly following someone else's choice.
Thank you for the videos. They were insightful.