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Objectives: The purpose of this study is to study the personality traits and cognitive characteristics of the Sasang
constitution by comparing the Personality Test and Neuropsychological Test.
Methods: A total of 121 subjects were analyzed with the results of a Two Step Questionnaire for the Sasang Constitution Diagnosis (TS-QSCD).
Among them, the Personality Tests (SPQ, EPQ, TCI) and the Neuropsychological
Tests (A-VLT, CPM, Stroop-CWIT, WCST) were processed and analyzed for Soyangin, Taeeumin, Soeumin.
1. In the results of the SPQ, the Soyangin showed a significantly higher score than did the Taeeumin and Soeumin in Behavior,
Emotionality, Cognition, as well as the Total Score.
The SPQ-C score and SPQ-T were significantly higher for Soyangin, Soeumin and Taeeumin, in that order.
2. In the results of the EPQ, the Soyangin showed a significantly higher score than did the Taeeumin and Soeumin in Extraversion – introversion.
Soeumin showed a significantly higher score than did the Soyangin and Taeeumin in Neuroticism.
Soyangin also showed a significantly higher score than Taeeumin in Venturesomeness.
3. For the results of the TCI, the Soyangin showed a significantly lower score than did Taeeumin and Soeumin in Harm-Avoidance,
but a significantly higher score in Persistence
Soyangin and Taeeumin showed a significantly higher score than did Soeumin for the total score of Self-Directedness+Cooperativeness.
4. The results of the Computerized Neuropsychological Tests (A-VLT, CPM, Stroop-CWIT, WCST) showed no significant differences be-tween the Sasang constitution.
Conclusions: The EPQ, TCI score showed significant differences between the Sasang constitution.
But the Computerized Neuropsychological Tests developed to evaluate cognitive abilities did not show dif-ferences
between the constitutional individuals and showed limitations as a research tool.
Further studies are needed to devise a research method for ascertaining the cognitive behavioral character-istics of the Sasang constitution.