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In the sixties, studies by J. Kagan found among children two different types, one more reflective, the other more impulsive. The first tending to shun risks, but more efficient at solving certain problems, the latter more outgoing, seeking a quick way to success, but making a greater number of mistakes. The present study tried to find out whether similar results could be obtained when the tests were applied to adults. Again, a more reflective and a more impulsive type could be found, thedoi:10.23668/psycharchives.3264 fatcat:ztrw5zww7jaghdvyhs5qfusuqm