Oprah Winfrey (Analysis)

To fellow countrymen and foreigners alike, Oprah Winfrey’s influence on American television is well-known. Over the years, she has established a recognizable formula for the talk show, centered on personal development and emotional sharing, and currently culminating in a “Lifeclass” broadcast through her own network. It should therefore be relatively unequivocal to suggest that, from a vultological perspective, her cognitive…

Charles Dance (Analysis)

At first sight, Charles Dance may boast quite an intimidating presentation. His seemingly effortless charisma has in fact become instrumental in conveying a variety of shady characters throughout a prolific acting career. Nevertheless, it might be hasty to conclude that this outward appearance should warn the audience toward the individual’s instinctive personality. A more thorough…

Philip Lester (Analysis)

Philip Lester, better known as AmazingPhil, is a NeFi comedian and youtube vlogger. He exemplifies a very raw and unchecked Ne energy, which manifests in countless parodies, memetic references and mini-skits. His eyes, although appearing a little Se-esque in certain still shots (due to the way he perks them up for effect) display the entire…

Keira Knightley & Natalie Portman (Dual Analysis)

One of many widespread anecdotes from Hollywood Cinema is that Keira Knightley began her career as a “double” for Natalie Portman. Since this first outing, both individuals have been recurrently compared, if not thoroughly confused, under the same assumption of likeness made emblematic by Graham Norton’s quote in the above interview : “You do look…

Amy Cuddy (Analysis)

TED Talk, showing a general overview of her ideas Private Interview: (best for reading type) Psychology Amy Cuddy is a TiNe Psychoanalyst; one who has invested a great deal of time decoding one element of human emotional dynamics. From this TED talk, we can see that although she is not directly advocating falseness of personal…