:: Volume 22, Issue 3 (7-2014) ::
sjimu 2014, 22(3): 149-154 Back to browse issues page
Examine the relationship between personality type and level of confidence in the girl students in Zainab hostel of Lorestan University
F Nazarzadeh 1, Sh Mami2, M Nazarzadeh3
1- Islamic Azad University of Ilam , fnazarzadeh2012@gmail.com
2- Islamic Azad University of Ilam
3- ilam
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Abstract: Introduction: One of the most important topics in the field of mental health is self-confidence. Self-confidence is always essential individual need that having particular importance in the last decade of this century. One of the influencing factors on the self confidence is individual's personality type. Method of this research is a description of correlational, because the researchers aimed to examine the relationship between personality types with the self-confidence of female students of dormitory Zaynab of Lorestan University. Materials and Methods: The population of this research is 100 girl students in the academic year 2012 -2013 in residence of Zaynab of Lorestan. Information collected as a class or clusters of 7 blocks, 4 blocks and in 40 rooms that were in 4 blocks, 25 rooms that there were 4 persons in each room were elected to the overall number of participants were 100. Findings: Results showed, there is a significant relationship between the type of extroverted personality and level of confidence (P=0.001). There is a significant relationship between self-esteem and age (P=0.001). Conclosion: The results showed that there are relation between the extroverted and introverted personality types and levels of self-confidence. There is a significant relation between self-confidence and age, also between self-confidence and marital status
Keywords: mental health, self-confidence, extroverted, introverted
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: psychology
Received: 2014/01/13 | Accepted: 2014/02/15 | Published: 2014/07/23


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