Sociability and Astrology: Analysis of the Results of a Psychological Test

Author: Fuzeau-Braesch, Suzel
Abstract: The aim of this study is to compare sociability scores with the birth time in calendar and seasonal months of a population of 524 students (Ss) of an average age of 22.09 years, by using the Eysenck and Wilson psychological test. The position of the Sun in eleven out of the twelve zodiacal signs corresponds significantly to alternations of higher and lower sociability for the odd and even signs of the zodiac respectively, this being in conformity with astrological tradition. On the other hand, a significant sinusoidal evolution (COSINOR) in sociability scores appears with a maximum in Libra which can explain the very low score of Aries because of the position of the minimum of the curve at the level of the sign (p<0.05). These results seem to validate the astrological zodiacal signs.
Keywords: Eysenck, zodiacal signs, COSINOR
Publication: Correlation: Astrological Association Journal of Research In Astrology
Issue: Volume 19, Issue 2
Dated: 2000/2001
Pages: Pages 29–35

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