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The Study of Scent Preference of Natural Aroma Essential Oil to MBTI Personality Type in University Students
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The Study of Scent Preference of Natural Aroma Essential Oil to MBTI Personality Type in University Students
Kim, Young-Sun; Lee, Kum-Bee;
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 Abstract
Purpose. The aim of this study was to provide Aromatherapist with analysis of correlation between MBTI personality type and scent preference of natural aroma essential oil in university students. Methods. Data was analyzed by students whom participated in the research on the scent preference of natural aroma essential oil of students from m university who accomplished to MBTI personality survey. Results. As a result, the introverted personality types more liked Peppermint and felt more intensive scent than extroverted personality types did(p
 Keywords
MBTI;Natural aroma;Personality type;Preference;Scent;
 Language
Korean
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