The Influence of Gender and Personality Differences on Emotional Valence Digitized Sounds in Young Adults: Behavioral Study

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Wason Chayrassameegul
Seree Chadcham
Poonpong Suksawang
Sarawin Thepsatitporn


The research aims to: 1) Compare the emotions of young adults classified; 2) by gender and personality towards emotional valence digitized sounds; 3) Interaction between sex and personality. While listening to digital audio, the impression is impressive. The samples were 18-25 year Burapha University students, 20 extrovert men, 20 ambivert, 20 extrovert women, 20 ambivert. Total 80 people. 2 X 2 Factorial Posttest Design. The self-assessment Manikin (SAM) was used to analyze data by independent t-test and (Two - Way ANOVA).
The research found that: The Influence of gender and personality differences on emotional valence digitized sounds in young adults: behavioral studies found that heterosexuality had different emotional responses while listening to digital euphoria. impression not Different personality emotional responsiveness while listening to the digital sound that impresses the impression. not different And the influence between gender and personality is different. No synergy while listening to digital audio, the impression is impressive.


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