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Study Reveals Scoop on Ice Cream Flavors, Personality Traits

Baskin-Robbins asked Dr. Alan Hirsch, of the Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation, to dig a little deeper into the psychological profiles being ice cream fans' favorite flavors.
(CANTON, Mass.) When it gets this hot outside, ice cream is a go-to option for a cool treat.

New research suggests the flavor you choose might reveal a lot about your personality.

Baskin-Robbins asked Dr. Alan Hirsch, of the Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation, to dig a little deeper into the psychological profiles being ice cream fans' favorite flavors.

The study was conducted as part of National Ice Cream Month.

Here is a list of some of his findings:

Vanilla: you're more likely to be impulsive, easily suggestible and an idealist.

Chocolate: you're more likely to be dramatic, lively, charming, flirtatious, seductive and gullible.

Very Berry Strawberry: you're more likely to be a tolerant, devoted and an introvert.

Mint Chocolate Chip: you're more likely to be argumentative, frugal and cautious.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough: you're more likely to be ambitious, competitive and a visionary.

Pralines 'n Cream: you're more likely to be loving, supportive and prefer to avoid the spotlight.

Jamoca (i.e. coffee): you're more likely to be scrupulous, conscientious and a moral perfectionist.

Chocolate Chip: you're more likely to be generous, competent and a go getter.

Rainbow Sherbet: you're more likely to be analytic, decisive and a pessimistic.

Rocky Road: you're more likely to be aggressive, engaging and a good listener.

Click here to read more about the findings.
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