Contributions Regarding the Correlation between Cerebral Dominance and Personality Type
7 Pages Posted: 13 Jun 2017
Date Written: May 30, 2015
The following paper presents experimental correlations between cerebral dominance and personality typology. The study presents the general aspects of learning such as treaties and established learning styles, developing models by authors David Kolb and Ricki Linksman. The working hypothesis is, however, to establish experimental correlations can be made between models of the two authors whose tests are applied to study the variables extraversion - introversion determined for the same person and using an integrated technical system for the evaluation of personality. The results lead to the identification of important behavioral correlations that can unify the two authors with the vision proposed in Eysenck Personality Inventory, regarding variable extraversion - introversion, and significant correlation between these classic tests and the technical integrated system NPHS .
Keywords: correlations, cerebral dominance, personality typology, personality inventory
JEL Classification: O31
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