“Preliminary research aims to uncover whether facial expressions and mannerisms (vultology) are more heavily determined by environmental upbringing or genetic factors. Facial analysis using the CTVC (Cognitive Type Vultology Code 1.1) was used on twenty pairs of identical twins; measuring similarities in voice tone, facial muscle contractions and body movements. This included five pairs of twins that were separated at birth for between 10-33 years, having no means through which to imitate one another’s expressions. The study concluding that 100% of participants shared the same expressive profile and vultological type, offering strong support for the hypothesis that expressive profile is intimately tied to genetic factors.”
“A statistical breakdown of 537 visually categorized samples demonstrated considerable trends in career choices based solely on a vultological analysis. The study confirmed that individuals with the same vultological primary function accounted for between 25.9%-55.6% of the demographic pool in 10 of the 14 career categories containing more than 20 samples; up to four times the median value. This supports the hypothesis that vultological type does carry implications related to interests & occupation.”
The website authors are compiling data for another pilot study regarding the connection between vultology and psychology. The pilot study will aim to catalog 1,000 public & volunteer samples by vultology, and then measure their career/occupations choices. From this information we wish to examine whether grouping people by vultology clusters reveals statistically significant differences among careers/occupations, and whether or not that can be used to predict the likely career/occupation choices of new samples.