Vultology (from vultus "expression, appearance, demeanor" and -λογία -logia) is the study of human conversational expressions and body language, specifically as it relates to aspects of psychology.

We make statistical predictions about your suitable career path based on an analysis of your
facial and body mannerisms. All predictions are supported by our open-access studies.[1]

Proactive

If you are tilted towards the proactive side of the spectrum, your body movements are naturally initiatory, actively animating and moving seamlessly without struggle.

Reactive

If you are tilted towards the reactive side of the spectrum, your body movements are naturally restrained, reducing momentum and struggling to animate.

Rigid

If you are tilted towards the rigid  side of the spectrum, your body movements are naturally firm, angular, linear and deliberate.

Fluid

If you are tilted towards the fluid  side of the spectrum, your body movements are naturally loose, gliding, circular and ongoing.

Measured

If you are tilted towards the measured side of the spectrum, your body is coordinating its emotional expressions, timing its hand movements to your speech and controlling your mouth movements.

Candid

If you are tilted towards the candid side of the spectrum, your body is uncoordinated in its emotional expressions, with frank speech patterns that don't control your affect, and mouth movements that are asymmetrical.

Grounded

If you are tilted towards the grounded side of the spectrum, your body sinks downward as it moves, your ocular tension is attentive-hypnotic, and your eyes stay locked onto their targets.

Suspended

If you are tilted towards the suspended side of the spectrum, your body hovers upward as it moves, your ocular tension is concerned-distracted, and your eyes don't stay locked onto their targets.

We track your facial and body mannerisms across four spectra, and create a unique report for you, measuring where you fall along each spectrum. Then we provide you with career and trait statistics of other individuals in our data who also have similar mannerisms to you, as well as the likelihood that you will share the same traits.

We are currently performing an open study, accepting requests in order to expand our database. Our predictions get more accurate as we gather more data from individuals like you. Want to know what your mannerisms predict about you?

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