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The future of myPersonality and research using Online Social Networks

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The majority of research on online social networks has used them as the object of study (Wilson, Goslin & Graham, 2012), but the myPersonality application uses Facebook as a platform for large-scale social science. It has collected questionnaire data from more than 6 million users, and has more than 25 different questionnaires available, including Big Five personality, impulsivity, delay discounting, morals, values, and life satisfaction. myPersonality is being upgraded to use the Concerto online testing platform, and in the process it will be easier for researchers to create interactive cognitive experimental designs that leverage myPersonality’s large audience, and users’ online data.

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