Social attitude correlates of Eysenck's Personality Dimensions

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Glenn D. Wilson
Anthony Brazendale
Cite this article:  Wilson, G., & Brazendale, A. (1973). Social attitude correlates of Eysenck's Personality Dimensions. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 1(2), 115-118.


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In a sample of 97 female student teachers, correlations were obtained between 4 personality factors measured by a new form of the Eysenck Personality Inventory and 6 social attitude variables measured by the conservatism scale. Extraversion was associated with liberalism, realism, hedonism, and non-religiousness. Neuroticism was related to ethnocentrism and the intolerance of minority groups, while psychoticism was associated with general conservatism. These results are discussed in connection with a number of theoretical issues.
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