You can tell a lot about a person based on the movies they choose. But did you know that you could tell a person’s personality by their seat selection? Psychologist Hiromi Mizuki has some theories on how our identities can affect seat selection when going to the cinemas.
If you love sitting at the center of the cinema, directly in front of the screen: These seats are the hardest to get, meaning you’d have to reserve or fall in line early. If you do this, you have a certain amount of confidence, decisiveness, vision, and planning skill. You’re the type of person who knows what he wants and goes after it.
If you love sitting at the back of the cinema, directly in front of the screen: These seats give a wide view of the entire cinema, thus, people who choose these seats are well-informed, calm, and objective. But by choosing a seat away from the action, it shows you’re timid and generally avoid attention.
If you love sitting at the front of the cinema, directly in front of the screen: You love being sociable and connecting with others. You like lively and events and similarly sociable people. You also tend to be understanding and forgiving.
If you love sitting at the center of the cinema, off-center: This section maintains a distance from the screen and are near the exit pathways. This means you crave for personal space and you gravitate towards people you are comfortable with.
If you love sitting at the back corners: This is the area where you’ll least get noticed by other moviegoers. It provides a good view, meaning you want to know everything that’s going on, but don’t don’t have the self-confidence to be directly involved.
If you love sitting at the front corners: These are the worst seats in the house. Period. You like being inconvenienced and you have a high chance of people taking advantage of you.
Via Rocket News 24