Eyseneck Persoonlijkheids Inventarisatie

Doe hier de Eyseneck Persoonlijkheids Inventarisatie (E.P.I.)

 

De Eyseneck Persoonlijkheids Inventarisatie (E.P.I.) werd in een onderzoek aan 58 normal functionerende studenten aangeboden in drie psychologie klassen. Direct na het voltooien van de E.P.I., werd de studente gevraagd om hen zelf te scoren op een 7-punts introversion‐extraversion schaal. De studenten waren verdeeld in Introverts and Extraverts op basis van hun zelf-score. Ook werden zij ingedeeld op de dichtomiëen Introverts and Extraverts op basis van hun E-scores. Introvert and Extravert criteria groepen bleken onderling veel meer van elkaar te verschillen en van het totaal van de groep. De resultaten geven aan dat introverts zich meer bewust zijn van hun positie in de groep van het Introversion‐Extraversion continuum dan extraverts. Resultaten ondersteunen de validiteit van de E scale van de E.P.I. bij de inzet in Introvert-Extravert criteria groepen zoals hierboven beschreven.

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