Year of Publication
College of Education and Human Services
Master of Education (MEd)
Dr. Marianne Betkouski Barnes
Dr. Robert Drummond
Dr. Sharian Deering-Levin
The impact of personality type on question preference is an area of new endeavor. It is the purpose of this study to determine if a relationship exists between the Sensing and Intuiting dimensions of personality as measured by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the questioning preference of students. A Chi Square analysis of the data revealed a trend. Frequency distributions were used to determine the direction of the trend. Both the Sensing and the Intuiting subjects showed a tendency to follow type with regard to question preference. In other words those subjects showing a Sensing preference on the MBTI tended to choose questions that matched their type preference. The same trend was observed for the Intuitive subjects as well. The data seem to indicate that there is a relationship between personality type and question preference, but more research is needed to describe and define the relationship.
McGlamery, Sheryl L., "Personality Type and Question Preference of College Level Students" (1988). UNF Theses and Dissertations. 692.