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Jung's idea was that we each possess a particular sort of temperament which determines whether we will focus attention either on ourselves (introvert) or away from ourselves to the external world (extravert). The typical introvert was regarded by Jung as being a shy person wrapped up in himself, particularly during periods of severe emotional stress and anxiety, while the extravert was seen as outgoing and sociable. Jung suggested that each personality type exhibited a certain set of characteristics, and recent studies have shown that these characteristics are capable of being measured.

The typical introvert was regarded by Jung as being a shy person wrapped up in himself, particularly during periods of severe emotional stress and anxiety, while the extravert was seen as outgoing and sociable. Jung suggested that each personality type exhibited a certain set of characteristics, and recent studies have shown that these characteristics are capable of being measured. Much work on test construction and development and its practical applications to various fields of psychology has been conducted by Hans Eysenck of whom more will be said later.

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