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Interview Profile

Interview Profile

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Running head: INTERVIEW PROFILE1Interview ProfileTiffany Nicole Cooper University of PhoenixBEH225Joan MasonDecember 08, 2010
Interview ProfileThe person I was lucky enough to interview is my best friend. We have been friendssince the fourth grade, and since we both have the same last name, and we are almost the exactsame age (her birthday is 2-9-83 and mine is 2-14-83), we share a lot of the same likenesses. Asyou will see in the following interview, we also have a few of the same thoughts on differentsubjects. The following was provided by Willow Lynn Cooper, November 12, 2010:1.Do you remember information more accurately if you observe the behavior being performed, or do you prefer to read on how the behavior is performed?“I think that I would prefer to observe the behavior in order to remember the information better. I can read how some behavior is performed, but when I see it, I can relate the informationto something that would make me remember it better.” (Willow Lynn Cooper, personalcommunication, November 12, 2010).My answer: I believe that I remember information if I do both. I like to profile and observe people’s behavior, and watching their behavior teaches me how people tend to act. I also like tohave facts which I could only read about to back up my observations.2.Do you prefer to study in a library, or at home where there are background noises andsome distraction?“I prefer to study in a library where it is quite. It helps me to absorb the information better. Ithink that distractions make it harder for me to concentrate on the information I am studying, so Icould do with-out.” (Willow Lynn Cooper, personal communication, November 12, 2010).My answer: I think I would rather study at home where there are some distractions and background noises. I used to study while at work, and I found that I learned more information
stopping and going back to it, and I think the reason is I had constant things keeping me fromoverworking my brain. I do like to use music in the background a lot as well. I think it helps mynerves relax when sitting at computer.When Willow took the test at:http://similarminds.com/jung_word.html, this is the results shesent me:
Extroverted (
) 54.84% Introverted (I) 45.16%Sensing (
) 50% Intuitive (N) 50%Thinking (
) 52.5% Feeling (F) 47.5%Judging (
) 55.26% Perceiving (P) 44.74%Your type is:
- "Administrator". Much intouch with the external environment.Very responsible. Pillar of strength.8.7% of total population.*If you tied on any of the scales, the current algorithm just breaks the tie randomly so refresh the page to seealternate results3.Do you feel that the test had accurate results? Why or why not?“I feel that the results to the test I took were fairly accurate. I am much in touch with theenvironment around me because I am not much of a secluded person. I am a very responsible person, and always have been. And I am a pillar of strength.” (Willow Lynn Cooper, personalcommunication, November 12, 2010).My answer: When I took the test My results and accuracy: the accuracy of this test isdiscussed, I found that it said: I am an “
- "Persuader". It says I can be an outstandingleader of groups, that I can be aggressive at helping others to be the best that they can be 2.5% of total population. I am not much of a leader because I have always been more apt to find my ownway, and I can lead under those conditions. Some of the questions asked, I really did not know

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