From selecting a flavor of ice cream to ranking an order of animals or descriptive words, a plethora of personality tests are available for someone to attempt to understand themselves a little more clearly. However, many of these so-called personality tests can be challenged on accuracy. A common trait amongst them is that most are set up using the five-factor model, which includes: extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, and openness to experience. Students in psychology are currently examining and evaluating the five factor model and the four personality theories: trait, psychoanalytic, humanistic, and socio-cultural and applying them to human behavior. In the psychoanalytic approach, students are learning about the id, ego, and superego and have analyzed the characters in The Cat in the Hat to see which components are at play. Although it is fun to select a flavor of ice cream or rank animals to see how that represents one’s own personality characteristics, there is more to the complexity of human personality that meets the eye.