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This project describes a correlational, cross-sectional study on extraversion and possible behavior correlates. Data were collected as part of a classroom exercise with psychology undergraduates at FOM, Munich in 2015-2016. Note that this is a convenience sample and possibly biased (it probably is). For assessing extraversion, we used the B5T, extraversion scale by Satow (2012). Behavioral indicator were assessed in an adhoc manner. Both the raw data as well as some preprocessed data are available. data files: - "extra.csv" - preprocessed data - "extra_raw.csv" - raw data The survey is online here: <> There is blog post available explaining the preparation of this data set: <>. References Satow, L. (2012). Big-Five-Persönlichkeitstest (B5T): Test- und Skalendokumentation. Online im Internet: URL:
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