I can't entirely agree with their conclusions since they conflict with my knowledge of myself (I am so, so, SOOO not auditory) and also with other "insightful" tests I have taken. But hey, it's fun.
- You are focused on social inequity in your daily life.
- You have a higher tolerance for ambiguous reality models.
- You are more likely to weight alpha behaviors in your social ranking analysis.
- Your moral system is highly based on greatest good or utilitarian principles.
- You have a lower than average desire for social interaction.
- You have a right hemispheric orientation in how your regulate your behavior in society.
- You have elevated spatial analysis skills.
- You exhibit an elevation in awareness of social ranking.
- Your communication preferences strongly favor your auditory cortex over your visual cortex.
- You exhibit an independent nature and are not likely to follow social conventions.
Hat tip to Adam Dray for the link.
I got curious about this idea of linking political inclination to genetics and went googling. Apparently I missed a very important article that lit the blogosphere on fire. Maybe I was out that week. But if you would like to read more you can check out this article about John Hibbing. It makes a certain amount of sense to me. Absolutists vs. Contextualists. I'm defintely a contextualist.