The Johari Window was invented by Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham in the 1950s as a model for mapping personality awareness. By describing yourself from a fixed list of adjectives, then asking your friends and colleagues to describe you from the same list, a grid of overlap and difference can be built up.
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|Not Known to Others|
accepting adaptable bold brave cheerful dependable energetic extroverted giving helpful idealistic loving patient proud relaxed religious responsive searching self-assertive sensible sentimental spontaneous wise
(Hover over a word to see how many people chose it.)
able (11%) accepting (0%) adaptable (0%) bold (0%) brave (0%) calm (11%) caring (11%) cheerful (0%) clever (11%) complex (22%) confident (0%) dependable (0%) dignified (11%) energetic (0%) extroverted (0%) friendly (33%) giving (0%) happy (11%) helpful (0%) idealistic (0%) independent (33%) ingenious (11%) intelligent (44%) introverted (33%) kind (22%) knowledgeable (22%) logical (11%) loving (0%) mature (11%) modest (0%) nervous (11%) observant (11%) organised (22%) patient (0%) powerful (11%) proud (0%) quiet (11%) reflective (33%) relaxed (0%) religious (0%) responsive (0%) searching (0%) self-assertive (0%) self-conscious (22%) sensible (0%) sentimental (0%) shy (11%) silly (22%) spontaneous (0%) sympathetic (11%) tense (11%) trustworthy (11%) warm (11%) wise (0%) witty (11%)
anonymous thinks: introverted, reflective, self-conscious, nervous, tense.
CuriousFeeling thinks: reflective, logical, quiet, intelligent, able, independent.
smoxy thinks: organised, mature, knowledgeable, friendly, self-conscious.
guesswho thinks: clever, complex, ingenious, organised, sympathetic.
Alexandria thinks: independent, observant, introverted, complex, intelligent.
Gtzk (typoCmember) thinks: reflective, silly, shy, witty, intelligent.
l thinks: trustworthy, kind, caring, friendly, happy.
wepun thinks: friendly, kind, knowledgeable, silly, calm, warm.
silvi thinks: independent, introverted, powerful, dignified, intelligent.
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