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ÉTUDE FACTORIELLE DE 3 QUESTIONNAIRES DE PERSONNALITÉ (Questionnaires de Cattell, Guilford-Zimmermann et Berger)

F. Gauchet and R. Lambert
Le Travail Humain
Vol. 24, No. 3/4 (JUILLET-DÉCEMBRE 1961), pp. 249-272
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40659243
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ÉTUDE FACTORIELLE DE 3 QUESTIONNAIRES DE PERSONNALITÉ (Questionnaires de Cattell, Guilford-Zimmermann et Berger)
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Abstract

The present study follows the researches which have been previously published in Le travail humain and which concerned caracterology of Heymans and Wiersma. In order to acquire a better understanding of three fundamental features of this caracterology, namely : emotivity, activity, « secondarity » , the authors have done a factorial analysis on 29 out of 35 criteria which had been already studied in the questionnaries of Berger, Cattell and Guilford-Zimmermann. The population studied there is composed of 74 women and 56 men, that is 130 studients altogether. Besides the specific factors giving an explanation for an important part of the vaiiance, 4 group factors have been sorted out : Emotional stability, Allocentric activity, Egocentric activity, « Secondarity » behaviour. So, emotivity and « secondarity » notions are to be found both in the 1st and the 4th factors. But, on the other hand, it does not seem that activity, at least on the level of questionnaries, could be apprehended, in its genuine state, independently oj the motivations which give it its directions.

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