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Desktop with many rows of icons - reflects a person who needs everything to hand, likes to feel in control and on top of their life, while at the same time revealing a tendency to be slightly disorganised.
A further one in four simply didn't have cash in their pocket or purse because they were disorganised.
He said: "It's like a scrabble board where all the letters are on the board but in a rather disorganised fashion.
Yesterday, at a gathering of his English-based players in Blackburn, Olsen insisted the Brazilians are disorganised and overrated.
He also claimed he was "the most disorganised person in the world" during interviews with City of London detectives in 2009.
The Groningen University researchers found that people who worked at disorganised desks, or shopped in a store they perceived as disorganised, became clearer thinking.
Shemmings and Shemmings have produced a text that explores the nature of disorganised attachment with a strong emphasis on its relevance to practice with children and families where there is maltreatment.
Amanda O'Mara, defending, told the court: "He says he's basically disorganised and he understands he needs to be more organised.
And they warned there was scientific evidence that "patchy, disorganised or short-term" culling could make things worse.