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Differences in the production of photographs a potential assessment technique


, : Differences in the production of photographs a potential assessment technique. Perceptual and Motor Skills 47(1): 223-229

Whether individuals at the extremes of the extraversion-introversion dimension would differ in the types of photographs they produced was investigated. Extreme extraverts (9) and 9 extreme introverts were selected from a population of 182 college-age males. Subjects in both groups were required to produce a series of photographs of a male and a female model under controlled conditions. The photographs were rated on 7 dimensions. Of the 7, 2 dimensions yielded significant differences between extraverts and introverts. Judges rated the photographs produced by extraverts significantly higher on the dimensions, active and mobile. The results tended to confirm the hypothesis that extraverts and introverts differed in the types of photographs they produced. The procedures and results provide a precedent for future research with possible applications of using photographs in personality assessment.

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