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Abstract

Dans cet article nous cherchons dans quelle mesure certains traits de la personnalité (en l'occurrence le degré d'extraversion) permettent d'expliquer des phénomènes de variation synchronique interindividuelle dans deux styles d'interlangue de nos 21 locuteurs néerlandopho nes parlant français. Nous avons constaté que dans un contexte formel le discours oral des locuteurs introvertis est plus riche que celui des locuteurs extravertis.

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