Four meanings of introversion: Social, thinking, anxious, and inhibited introversion: (634112013-457)

@inproceedings{Grimes2011FourMO,
  title={Four meanings of introversion: Social, thinking, anxious, and inhibited introversion: (634112013-457)},
  author={Jennifer O. Grimes and Jonathan M. Cheek and Julie K. Norem},
  year={2011}
}
Guilford demonstrated in the 1930s that the various attempts at transforming Jungian and other conceptualizations of Introversion-Extroversion into personality questionnaires were resulting in ambiguous multiple-factor scales. Proposed measurement models subdividing introversion into components resulted in heated but inconclusive debate, as exemplified by the exchange between Eysenck and Guilford in 1977 and seen again in the critique of Lucas, Diener, Grob, Suh, and Shao (2000) by Ashton, Lee… CONTINUE READING

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