Snoop: What your stuff says about you, and he claims that there are statistically significant differences between cat and dog people.
Gosling's research measured openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism, and found that dog or cat people fell on opposite sides of the spectrum.
Dog people tend to be more extroverted while cat people prefer the company of a few friends and their cats. This shows in everything from how we act in public to how we decorate our homes. A dog person would be more likely to set their home up for entertaining and parties, while cat people might decorate for quiet conversations and relaxing spots for reading a book.
According to Gosling, dog people tend to be more organized than cat people, while the latter are more interesting in diversity and unconventional solutions. A cat person might want to decorate with interesting things they've gathered while traveling, while a dog person might want sports memorabilia.
Do you believe that you fall into one of the categories? Does the description seem to fit?
Do you think it is possible to categorize a person as "cat person" or "dog person?"
~ Maria Sadowski ~