The personality question : an honors thesis (HONRS 499)

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Stoller, Allyson K.
Rolle, Daphne M.
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Thesis (B.?)
Honors College
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Board-games are usually fun for all and great for interactions with new people, friends, or family, but rarely do people get the opportunity to learn significant aspects about themselves and others in this type of atmosphere. The Personality Question board-game was designed to be an enjoyable tool in learning about personalities, morals, and characters of teammates, but most importantly about oneself. The game creates a sense of competitive nature that will give people the chance to confront many personal ethical situations in which they must consciously decide whether they will sacrifice proceeding in the game by agreeing with something they are actually against. At the end of the game after battling a few moral obstacles players are awarded with a personality profile based on Don Lowry's True Colors and a general description of how well their team worked together.