Cross-cultural evidence for the fundamental features of extraversion.

@article{Lucas2000CrossculturalEF,
  title={Cross-cultural evidence for the fundamental features of extraversion.},
  author={R. E. Lucas and E. Diener and A. Grob and E. Suh and L. Shao},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={2000},
  volume={79 3},
  pages={
          452-68
        }
}
Psychologists have not determined the defining characteristics of extraversion. In four studies, the authors tested the hypothesis that extraversion facets are linked by reward sensitivity. According to this hypothesis, only facets that reflect reward sensitivity should load on a higher order extraversion factor. This model was tested against a model in which sociability links the facets. The authors also tested the generalizability of the model in a diverse sample of participants from 39… Expand
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