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J Genet Psychol. 2011 Oct-Dec;172(4):433-9.

Mesomorphy correlates with experiential cognitive style.

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Cleveland State University, College of Education and Human Services, Department of Curriculum and Foundations, JH 367, 2485 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115, USA. j.genovese@csuohio.edu

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to test for a relationship between mesomorphy and experiential cognitive style (S. Epstein, 1994) in a sample of university students (30 women and 24 men). Anthropometric somatotypes were obtained using the Heath-Carter procedure (J. E. L. Carter, 2002). Experiential cognitive style was operationalized as scores on the experiential scale of the Rational Experiential Inventory for Adolescents (A. D. Marks, D. W. Hine, R. L. Blore, & W. J. Phillips, 2008). Nonparametric bootstrap correlations were calculated using 80% confidence intervals. There were significant correlations between mesomorphy and experiential cognitive style for men (r(s) = .33) and women (r(s) = .25). For men, experiential cognitive style was also correlated with endomorphy (r(s) = .39) and ectomorphy (rs = -.48).

PMID:
22256686
DOI:
10.1080/00221325.2010.536274
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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