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  • Personality Through ProfilePicturesBy Ahmed Alabdullatif
  • Photo source:getsocialjuce.com
  • Photo via: shutterstock.com by higyouSource: Facebook reports first quarter for 2013.
  • When we visit aprofile page……the profilepicture is the firstthing we look at.Photo source: socialmi.com
  • Profile owners postpictureof themselves……to showsome sides oftheir personalities.Photo source: cellardoorfam.wordpress.com
  • THERENOISPREFECTIONINPROFILEPICTURES…Photo source: canadaartsconnect.com
  • Photo source: bodyandsoul.com.au by Astha Gupta…whether it’sselfieor portrait.in a party
  • From a profile picture...…we can know some of the characteristics ofthis person.Photo source: grammar.yourdictionary.com
  • A mother holding herbaby……means she is proud and wants to share her joy.-Dr. Janet HallPhoto source: s.ngm.com
  • “The profile picture then acts as our first impression……your one shot to sumup who you are.”- Astha GuptaPhoto source: getreelblog.com
  • …between the images portrayed by different age groupsor different gender.There is a distinct difference…Photo source: learn-adsens.blogspot.ca
  • projectionis differentin nature.Men Women&Photo source: cuartcenter.org by Micol
  • "Most men put up a picture which shows theyre friendly,approachableand resourceful." -PeasePhoto source: saidaonline.com
  • “While women wantto show theirrelationship ability, sotheyll put up picturesof theirpets, friends, kids orpartners.”-PeasePhoto source:animalhi.com
  • “The opinion ofothers has been apart of identitydevelopment formore than acentury”- Dr. Andrea LetamendiPhoto source: Flicker by miserablespice
  • Self-esteem canbe affectedby the onlineanonymity.Photo source: Flicker by Concrete Treehouse
  • When peoplecomment on ourpictures……it influence the self-perception. Photo source: networkmarketingnewmlm.blogspot.ca
  • “A recent study showed more online photo sharing frompeople whose self-esteem is based on public contingencies..…defined in this instance as others approval, physicalappearance and outdoing competition.”Photo source: by D.D. SCOTT from thewritersguidetoepublishing.comSource: The social psychology of the selfie by Christine Erikson
  • Facebook friends like to compete or show offthrough pictures.Photo source: gaycopt.blogspot.ca
  • People are competitive in nature.Photo source: prosper-consulting.com
  • "It is only problematic when someone fixates or over-compares to their detriment……but that is not a function of the photos as much as theindividual struggling with self-esteem.” -Dr. RutledgePhoto source: Find Focus
  • Your onlinepicture islike thecover of abook.Photo source: brianpaulnelson.com
  • "You, onyour own, canbe a powerfulstatement."- SurfleetPhoto source: beckyrichardson.com
  • • http://investor.fb.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=761090• http://investor.fb.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=761090• http://www.bodyandsoul.com.au/soul+happiness/wellbeing/what+your+profile+picture+says+about+you,13583• http://mashable.com/2013/02/15/social-media-and-the-selfie/• http://www.watoday.com.au/business/media-and-marketing/selfies-just-as-much-for-the-insecure-as-showoffs-20130403-2h6ow.html• http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2013/02/coming-of-age-in-the-digital-ageSources: