Scientists gather at conferences to learn about the latest developments and discoveries in their fields. These meetings are usually bustling with poster presenters and spectators. The goal of this study was to identify and assess different personality types that stop by poster presentations. My data suggests that the poster audience can be classified into 10 different categories. Future studies are needed to further validate whether these “out-of-the” box audience will have a detrimental or beneficial effect on the career advancement of the young and upcoming researchers.