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A szerzo Rawlings munkáiból kiindulva tanulmányában a vizuális ízlés jellemzésére alkalmas paraméterek hatását vizsgálja az esztétikai ítéletre, és feltárja az ezen paraméterekre adott preferencia jellegu válaszok összefüggését bizonyos személyiség­jellemzokkel. A szóban forgó paraméterek a komplexitás, ismertség, kongruencia, ábrázolóság, pozitív jelentésirány, narrativitás, dinamizmus, ál­ta­lá­nos tetszés és funkcionalitás. A szerzo vizsgálataihoz festményeket és iparmuvészeti tárgyakat használ. A személyiségjellemzok feltárására a Costa és McRae által kidolgozott NEO-PI-R-teszt egy változatát alkalmazza. A kísérleti személyek fele laikus, fele szakérto a képzo- és iparmuvészetek területén. A fenti paramétereket 12-12 kép preferencia jellegu értékelésével közelíti meg, amelyekbol itemtotál-analízist követoen tételenként 8-8 képet vesz figyelembe. A szakértok és a laikusok által adott válaszok átlagértékeit össze­hasonlítva kimutatja a populációk közötti jellegzetes különbségeket. Ezt követoen az ötfaktoros személyiségteszt tételei és a fenti paraméterekkel összefüggo tetszésértékek közötti korrelációkat kiszámítva bebizonyítja, hogy a személyiségfaktorok közül a vizuális ízlés tekintetében a legfontosabb a nyitottság.

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