Warning: This is not the full version of the test. The full one contains 6 sets of 8 portraits (48 total) and yields much more detailed results. You can find it online.
However, the test was later dismissed, with other psychologists stating that an individual’s physical appearance cannot be a good signifier of their mental health. Despite not being commonly used today, the test still bugs people’s minds. Recently, after a Facebook user named Junji Noe posted a shortened version of the test, it quickly went viral, with thousands of people showing their curiosity towards their own hidden personality traits.
While the test can undeniably pose some interesting results, it is recommended not to take it at face value, as the test itself lacks scientific basis.