PERSONALITY FACTORS AND PREFERENCE JUDGMENTS

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IN a previous paper, certain, correlations were reported between the temperamental characteristics of a number of observers and their scores on a test of æsthetic appreciation, the K test.1 As these correlations were based on a comparatively small number of cases, and as the temperament test used was not quite in line with recent developments, the experiment was repeated with certain modifications.

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EYSENCK, H. PERSONALITY FACTORS AND PREFERENCE JUDGMENTS. Nature 148, 346 (1941). https://doi.org/10.1038/148346a0

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