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Venugopalan [77] investigated the relationship between personality variables of extraversion and introversion and subject proficiency in reading, writing, speaking and listening in advanced-level (TOEFL score of 500 or greater) English as a second language classrooms.
The GFP may be understood to be a dimension between two extreme poles: extraversion and introversion. We can classify the subjects, with a cluster analysis, into two groups which correspond to extraversion and introversion.
The Francis Psychological Type Scales generated the following alpha coefficients: extraversion and introversion, .80; sensing and intuition, .74; feeling and thinking, .68; perceiving and judging, .79.