The objectives of this study were to classify the T-shirts color preferences and to examine how T-shirts color preferences and appearances satisfaction vary according to sex school and extroversion. Questionnaire was comprised of four sections: 8 Likert type items of T-shirts color preference: 10 Likert type items of appearance satisfaction: 10 Likert type items of extroversion : and 2 demographic variables. Samples were 335 high school and college students in Kwangju Korea. The data were analyxed using factor analysis and three-way ANOVA. The results of the study were the followings 1. Three segments of T-shirts color preferences derived from factor analysis :F.1 'warm' F. 2 'dark' F.3 'commonplace' 2. Women in high extroversion group liked red color better than men and low extroversion group 3. There were not significant differences in blue and orange color preference according to sex school and extroversion. 4. Therer was interaction effect between sex and school on dark blue color preference. Women liked dark blue color better than did men. 5. Men liked green color better than did women. 6. Women and college students liked pink color better than did men and high school students. 7. College students liked yellow color better than high school students. 8. Men and middle level extroversion group liked purple color better than did women and high and low extroversion group. 9. Men and high level extroversion group had more appearance satisaction than women and low extroversion.
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