I'm not working in the field of UX, but something occurred to me the other day that I would like to ask.
Let's say we are logged into a website, and at the top of the page, you have a dropdown for modifying your profile. Typically, on websites, you see "My Profile" or "Your Profile". Occasionally, you see "<Name>'s Profile" - e.g. "Jay's Profile".
Personally, I believe that I find my settings faster, if I see my name, rather than the words "my" or "your".
Is there any research done to prove which one is faster for the user to find?