Friday, March 09, 2007

So Javajem says to me... Friday, March 9, 2007

There I was, minding my own business, when my pal at work, Javajem, shows me a Humor Survey being conducted by a fellow knitter. How could I say no? And how can you??? It's not short but rather insightful...after careful analysis of my responses I am.....well, you can read for yourself.

You filled out a questionnaire to assess your learning style along four scales: active/reflective, sensing/intuitive, visual/verbal, and sequential/global.

Your learning styles are: balanced active-reflective, balanced sensing-intuitive, verbal, balanced sequential-global.

  • active: you learn by trying things out, and enjoy working in groups.
    reflective: you learn by thinking things through, and prefer working alone or with one or two familiar partners.
  • sensing: you are concrete, practical, and oriented toward facts and procedures.
    intuitive: you are conceptual, innovative, and oriented toward theories and underlying meanings.
  • visual: you prefer visual representations of presented material, such as pictures, diagrams, and flow charts.
    verbal: you prefer written and spoken explanations.
  • sequential: you have a linear thinking process, and learn in incremental steps.
    global: you have a holistic thinking process, and learn in large leaps.

Rebecca's sense of humour is most similar to:

  • People in their 30's
  • People from: United States of America
  • Of gender: Male
  • Who speak: English
  • Your sense of humour is similar to those with a balanced active-reflective, intuitive, visual, and global learning style.
If you'd like to take this survey, contact Eve Forster at Queen's University.


  • At 12:32 AM, Blogger Javajem said…

    I still say it's better than being a 50 something Indian woman who speaks Tongulu....


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