This house-tree-person test will determine your personality
Every person is unique in their own special way. Psychologists believe that just as we all have our exclusive signature, our little drawings and doodles also serve as unique sources of information that say much about our true selves. When we draw, we subconsciously project our main personality characteristics and traits onto the piece of paper. That’s why those little drawings are so important.
The House-Tree-Person Test (HTP) is a projective technique designed to determine the main personality traits of a person who performs it. It’s often used during job interviews and different kinds of evaluations.
Draw a house, a tree, and a person. Now get ready to discover what your drawing can tell about your personality.
What’s being analyzed in your drawing?
The dimensions of the drawing represent your level of self-esteem and confidence.
Strokes and lines (their pressure, firmness, and solidity) indicate the level of determination and how comfortable you feel during a decision-making process. For example, if you tend to draw the same line twice, it shows insecurity, dissatisfaction, and out-of-control perfectionism.
Clarity represents harmony and flexibility. Continue Reading