There may be two billion people on Facebook, but if a recent study by Brigham Young University is right (and it does seem quite accurate), they all make up just four types of users.
Forty-seven partipants between the ages of 18 and 32 took part in the surveys and interviews conducted, and the results were subsequently published in the International Journal of Virtual Communities and Social Networking.
Yea, the sample size was pretty small, but as Quartz noted, the scientists had used Q methodology. This research method is to study people’s “subjectivity” by having them rank and sort a series of statements. And in this instance, it has been widely accepted that the number of people surveyed was sufficient.
Now, the fun part. Scroll the gallery to find out which Facebook personality type you are—and what it really says about your personality and Internet habits.