This is what he has tried to find out with an investigation carried out by the Autonomous University of Barcelona. In this case there has not been an investigation with people, but has trained a rad neuron to "read" images and Hashtags, to correlate with the results of personality of the Big Five.
Study of the personality of the users of Twitter: score higher than those of Facebook in opening to the experience (associated with creativity, intellectuality, curiosity) and in Machiavellianism (cynicism, manipulation, moral pragmatism and emotional coldness). https://t.co/Dz1ASn2kNv— Paul Malo (@pitiklinov) December 15, 2018
The results show that after a time of training the neural network is able to determine with a 77,% success The extraversion feature of the images with text of Instagram while neuroticism only with a 69.6% Among the limitations of the study is that although the model seems effective, it has not been corroborated with individuals who have been passed the Big Five questionnaire. Despite the foregoing is a step to detect personality in what we do, even through social networks.
The study showed significant changes in the personality of 74 people aged 18 to 34 years. Facebook was used by 60% of the participants, while 25% used Instagram and 13% used Twitter and Snapchat each. https://t.co/YgXDAfGLv7— Rodolfo Ondarza (@DrOndarza) January 19, 2019
This is precisely what has been tried to respond with a research conducted from the University of Semnan together with the University of Ferdowsi (Iran) whose results have been published in the scientific journal International Journal of Psychology. Twenty women, all of them university students, participated in the study. Half of them were induced a positive emotional state and the rest negative, for which it was used the viewing of some images while listening to a type of music or other. To check the mood was assessed before and after the intervention by the Positive and negative Affect Scale (PANAs). Creativity was also assessed before and after the intervention by the Torrance Test for Creative Thinking (TTCT-B).
🐙 Everyone Can Create: An Apple program that drives creativity... https://t.co/CedwowFrRO— Baudelaire Press (@BaudelairePress) March 25, 2019
The results show that the mood of the students changed according to the intervention performed, and that the creativity of the same was different. So those students who were induced a positive mood were more flexible, fluid and original when it comes to being creative. Instead, those students who received an induction into negative moods did not see their level of creativity affected. Among the limitations of the study was that only women were evaluated, then it is unknown whether males will maintain or not the previous results, equally the evaluation of creativity was performed only by test and not with any Artistic expression Proper. Despite the above limitations, the importance of the results in reporting that those who have a "good day" are potentially more creative, as indicated by previous research where they find relationships Significant between mood and greater motivation, attention and ability to generate new ideas. It is therefore that if you want to be creative you have to take care of the mood, enhancing as much as possible so that this is positive, either seeing or listening to pleasant stimuli that help induce that state.
Knowledge, experience and creativity. pic.twitter.com/MnBmkJgymC— Pedro Conesa (@PJConesa) March 24, 2019
The results show how to higher levels of stress induced worse execution in the task of working memory, being this effect greater, when also the people more sensitive to the stress against the less sensitive. In other words, the effect of anxiety and therefore its interference in the execution of tasks depends on both an external stressing component and the greater or lesser sensitivity to the stress of the person. So, and going back to the example above, the student who has a stress-sensitive trait, that is, to be nervous with a little stress, will be at a disadvantage with respect to his companions when responding adequately to an exam. In other words, at the same level of elevated external stress given by the evaluation test, the most sensitive ones will also live the situation as more threatening and with it, their execution and at the end, their qualification may be less than their actual level of learning. This can lead to certain students, sensitive to stress, to be shown as "bad students", by not getting good grades as much as they strive to study.
This Saturday, the psychologist of our team, Estefanía Gonzalez, gave a workshop on stress management, along with our student in the UIB, Camila Galindo, in the Associació Juvenil Onil de Pollença. Thank you very much for your invitation and participation! pic.twitter.com/RWovgAkLQm— PsicoSexologiaMca (@PsiSexologiaMca) March 11, 2019
Hence the importance of being able to incorporate relaxation practices prior to exercises and evaluations, thereby reducing the level of sense stress and with it, that can show what you really know.
Very simple tricks to reduce stress levels when preparing a test 📖 https://t.co/YBkdhJlLYk— Forbes_es (@Forbes_es) March 14, 2019