Astrology and psychology: Is our personality written out in the stars? Zodiac signs vs. personality: Is there a connection?
Queendom.com dabbles in astrology with the launch of its latest personality assessment
MONTREAL, CANADA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- December 17, 2009
Queendom.com has just launched its latest creation, a personality profile based on the zodiac. Using their expertise in psychological testing, they attempt to uncover whether our astrological sign truly defines our personality. The Zodiac Personality Test is offered for free at https://www.queendom.com/tests/access_page/index.htm?idRegTest=2298.
For some, the prophetic value of astrology is worth just as much as the paper it's written on or the cookie it's wrapped in. However, there are certain distinct personality traits that form the basis of each of the zodiacs. Those born under the sign of Taurus are labeled as notoriously stubborn, Leos have their pride, and Cancers try to hide a softer side behind their tough outer shell.
For serious practitioners of astrology, there's more to their science than vague predictions veiled behind equally ambiguous words. There is a strong mathematical basis, with complex formulas calculating the alignment and position of the planets, which is claimed to have an immense impact on the way we think, feel, and act.
Regardless of the side of the debate you are on, the fact is that the scientific method can be used to study the phenomenon. Queendom took a practical standpoint in their new zodiac personality assessment. "By analyzing different sources, we identified the traits that are typically reported for each zodiac sign," says Dr. Ilona Jerabek, the president of Queendom.com. "We then designed a test that assesses those clusters of traits, using the same rigorous methods as when we construct any other personality test."
"Fluff or not, astrology is still an enigma that people want to learn more about," according to Dr. Jerabek. "Who knows? Maybe we'll uncover a strong correlation between people's astrological personality and their actual character. Regardless of the study's outcome, you can still get an interesting and enlightening personality profile."
Queendom has a long history of developing informative and educational assessments, covering everything from intelligence to career aptitude. While test development is something they take very seriously from an ethical and scientific point of view, they still strive to maintain the entertainment value of their assessments and website, and their latest test is no exception.
Queendom is an Internet magazine with a difference: it provides an interactive avenue for self-exploration with a healthy dose of fun. Queendom's psychologists develop original professional quality interactive tests, giving readers the opportunity to look into their own personality, relationships, intelligence and health. But it doesn't stop there. You'll find advice, community, surveys and trivia quizzes on every subject imaginable - all ways to learn and explore what it means to be human. Since its beginnings in 1996, the site has maintained its reputation as the most respected testing sites on the web.
Professionals interested in using the services should contact Queendom at least one week in advance.