Dominant Personality Types and Total Enterprise Simulation Performance: A Follow-Up Study

Philip H. Anderson, Leigh Lawton


Patz (1990, 1992) presented evidence that total enterprise simulations are biased in favor of a particular personality type. This study directly tests Patz’s hypotheses but uses individuals rather than groups to isolate the effects of personality type on simulation performance from that caused by group dynamics. No support for Patz’s conclusions is found.

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