An insightful journey into personality
The following discloses data collection practices and user choices for privacy management.
IPIP questionnaires: The inventory will not be scored unless valid values for sex, age, and country are entered.
Type theory and traits questionnaires: All user input is optional.
Name, email, age, gender, country.
Surveys that record random preferences such as snack preference, or choice of clothing. The results of completed surveys are posted on the Personality Test Center site, and correlate personality profiles with various preferences.
User data is used in aggregated form for the sole purpose of standardizing personality profiles.
User data is stored for the standardization and validity of personality profiles.
The contact form requires users to provide the following contact information: name and email address.
The function of the contact form is to:
Address user questions.
Honor newsletter opt-out requests.
Honor requests to update, correct, or delete user information.
The newsletter form requires subscribers to provide their name and email address.
Subscribers are added to the newsletter list only after a confirmed opt-in process:
A confirmation message is sent to the subscriber.
This message contains an individualized link that the subscriber must click on in order to confirm they want to receive the Personality Test Center newsletter.
After clicking on the link, the subscriber completes the sign up process and starts receiving newsletters.
If the subscriber does not click on the link in the confirmation message, they will not become active on the list.
Personality Test Center provides users the opportunity to opt-out of receiving communications in two ways.
Each newsletter communication provides instructions on how to opt-out.
Via the contact form.
Personality Test Center contains links to other sites.
Personality Test Center is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such sites.
Personality Test Center aims to provide transparency about the data shared with advertisers.
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