If you would like to compare your personality to another person's, please select how you are related to the other person.
(Click for choices) My Friend My Roommate My Co-worker Other (non-relative) My Sister My Brother My Half-sister or half-brother My Mother My Father My Son My Daughter Other (family relative) My Girlfriend My Boyfriend My Partner (significant other) My Spouse Directions: The following statements concern your perception about yourself in a variety of situations. Your task is to indicate the strength of your agreement with each statement, utilizing a scale in which 1 denotes strong disagreement, 5 denotes strong agreement, and 2, 3, and 4 represent intermediate judgments. In the boxes after each statement, click a number from 1 to 5 from the following scale:
"In order to pull in enough outside air to cool the house at night, the NightBreeze requires a large exterior intake grille — usually about 3’x3’ (assuming the grille has 50% free area). If the air handler is located in the attic, the air intake grille can be mounted in a gable, in a doghouse dormer, or at the top of a false chimney. The air-intake duct is connected to a damper box containing a large hinged motorized damper blade. Damper leakage is minimal — at 25 Pascals, it’s about % of total fan flow. According to David Springer, the president of Davis Energy Group, one of the main consulting groups that developed the NightBreeze, ‘It is possible to achieve 6 percent duct leakage in a system that includes the damper.’ The wall-mounted NightBreeze control replaces a conventional thermostat. ‘At my house, the control is set for a 5-degree delta T,’ says Springer. ‘The upstairs thermostat is set to 80°, so it’ll start ventilating when the outdoor temperature drops to 75°. By morning, the outdoor temperature might be in the fifties or low sixties, and the indoor temperature might be 68°.’
A good and stable relationship between partners is conducive to a happy marriage, and we often don't know what the underlying cause of our conflicts is. The ability to assess the likelihood of a healthy long term relationship is one of the main challenges in dating and matchmaking. Jung Marriage Test™ addresses this challenge. The test identifies potentially successful and potentially problematic matches by comparing and analysing personality types of the partners. Personality type is defined by the three criteria introduced by Carl Jung: