This paper surveys the correlates of individual personality and economic behavior in preceding
economic experiments. Recent experimental literature have shown that deviation of economic
behavior distributes no standard distribution. There are systematic deviation to average. Thus, it
needs not only behavioral explanation, but also explanations for individual differences. One of these
possible explanations, experimental economists focus on individual personality. Using Psychological
personality traits, some studies tried to explain economic behaviors observed in economic experiments
so far. In this paper, correlates of personality traits and experimental outcomes has examined.