2022 Volume 37 Issue 4 Pages 393-398
[Purpose] We examined whether there is a relationship between students’ behavioral level in the training facility and their personality. [Participants and Methods] After 8 weeks of clinical training for 78 fourth grade students in the Department of Physical Therapy, University A, we examined the relationship between the 5 types of personality determined by the K-T personality test and the behavioral level in the training facility by independent self-evaluation. [Results] Self-suppressive types showed a significant negative correlation in 24 of the 37 behavioral levels, with the strongest relationship, and the highest-scoring personality being lower than the others. [Conclusion] The results suggest that for Self-suppressive types, teachers and training instructors need to share information and pay attention to guidance.