# 초등학교 고학년 남학생의 성격 유형에 따른 보행형태 비교

• Lee, Min Ji (Dangye Elementary School) ;
• Lee, Ki Chung (Department of Physical Education, Chuncheon National University of Education) ;
• Kwak, Chang Soo (Department of Physical Education, Hallym University)
• Accepted : 2019.03.12
• Published : 2019.03.31

#### Abstract

Objective: The aim of this study was to compare gait patterns of elementary school male students in higher grades according to their character styles. Method: 4 extroverted character male subjects (height: $141.35{\pm}7.75cm$, weight: $43.65{\pm}5.80kg$) and 4 introverted character male subjects (height: $145.38{\pm}8.94cm$, weight: $42.15{\pm}10.71kg$) participated in this study. Results: As for walk styles of elementary school male students in higher grades according to their character patterns, there was not significant differences in gait cycle, stride width, stride length and walking speed. According to examination of average ratio of maximum vertical ground reaction force according to their characters divided by weight, elementary school male students in higher grades with extroverted character showed 114.69% of weight and students with introverted character showed 122.82% of weight, which exhibited that students with introverted character had larger ratio as much as 8.13% than students with extroverted character. The statistical significance level was 0.000 showing significant difference. Conclusion: Our results indicated that male students in higher grades with introverted character press ground hard and walk with strong steps. On the other hand, male students with extroverted character walk with light steps.

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Table 1. Comparison of gait cycle according to personality type

Table 2. Comparison of stride length according to personality

Table 3. Comparison of stride width according to personality type

Table 4. Comparison of walking speed according to personality type

Table 5. Comparison of maximum vertical ground reaction force pursuant according to personality type

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