Take This Word Association Test and We'll Guess Your Dominant Personality Trait!

LIFESTYLE

Teresa McGlothlin

4 Min Quiz

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About This Quiz

Since the days of Carl Jung, word association tests have been used to get to the psychological heart of a person. By the time you have finished our word association test, your most dominant personality trait will be thoroughly apparent. All you have to do is choose the word you associate most with the word we have provided. 

Here's how it works. We'll give you a word. Then, you will have four possible options to associate with our word. Whether you associate our word with a word that invokes humor or a serious truth, the sum of all your word associations will tell us a lot about you. Thankfully, we are only interested in learning your most dominant personality trait. Otherwise, we could write a book outlining your entire psyche by the time we've finished. 

Read our word aloud to yourself, then choose the first answer option that jumps out at you. Your gut instinct will lead the way, and you'll enjoy learning about the way your mind views words. Once you've finished, we will reveal the personality trait that makes all your other traits toe the line.

Are you ready to find out? There's only one more word to say: Go!



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