What type of researcher are you?

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1. Which animal would you be?

  1. Dog source: distractify.com
    Dog
  2. Owl source: endthelie.com
    Owl
  3. Horse source: abcplus.biz
    Horse
  4. Lion source: eofdreams.com
    Lion

2. Did you have an imaginary friend as child?

  1. I had an imaginary friend source: thelearningstation.org
    Yes
  2. I did not have an imaginary friend source: blogspot.com
    No

3. Your favorite thing to do on the weekend is

  1. Attend a public event source: rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au
    Attend a public event
  2. Spend time with friends or family source: ak8.picdn.net
    Spend time with friends or family
  3. Watch a movie on the couch source: imgur.com
    Watch a movie on the couch
  4. Do something new and exciting source: indianhillmusic.org
    Do something new and exciting

4. Your favorite books are

  1. Factual source: wikimedia.org
    Factual
  2. Mystery source: spiritlakebooks.com
    Mystery
  3. Drama source: robkalescancer.com
    Drama
  4. SciFi source: leskovackevesti.rs
    SciFi
  5. Reading? What's that? source: reface.me
    Reading? What's that?

5. You would best describe yourself as

  1. Enthusiastic/Open-minded source: wordpress.com
    Enthusiastic
  2. Visionary/Inspiring source: ning.com
    Visionary
  3. Compassionate/Friendly source: theunboundedspirit.com
    Compassionate
  4. Observant/Detail-Oriented source: flickr.com
    Observant

6. You prefer to be

  1. Taking a nap source: wordpress.com
    Taking a nap
  2. Reading a book source: rebootblueprint.com
    Reading a book
  3. Outside source: fcpl.org
    Outside
  4. In the lab source: ansto.gov.au
    In the lab

7. Which picture represents you?

  1. Predictable source: tumblr.com
    Predictable
  2. Working too long. Go home! source: tumblr.com
    Working too long

8. You're concentrating on your research and are interrupted

  1. You welcome the break source: wordpress.com
    You welcome the break
  2. You feel irritated source: wordpress.com
    You feel irritated

9. What is your greatest research fear?

  1. Irreproducibility source: mendeley.com
    Irreproducibility
  2. Getting scooped source: headlinecontent.com.au
    Getting scooped
  3. Taking a risk and failing source: alidavies.com
    Taking a risk and failing
  4. Not executing something perfectly source: webdesignmagazine.ru
    Not executing something perfectly

10. What's your ideal reporting standard?

  1. Interesting findings only source: tamu.edu
    Interesting findings only
  2. Everything source: blogspot.com
    Everything

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