Relationship between Making Love Styles and Personality Traits with Satisfaction with Life
Mohsen Jadidi, Mahya Abdian
The aim of the present study was to investigate the relationship between love styles and personality traits with satisfaction of students ' life. The present study is practica; in terms of purpose and according to the subject of research and objectives has a descriptive method of correlation type. The statistical population of the present study consisted of all the married students of the Azad University of Qods City which were 340 according to the estimations. In order to estimate the sample size, Morgan table was used, which approximately 181 person were obtained. In order to collect the data, the satisfaction with life scale (SWLS), and Stenberg love scale and personality traits inventory (BFI-44) were used. The obtained data were analyzed by descriptive statistics (mean, variance and standard deviation) and inferential statistics (correlation and regression analysis) in SPSS software. Based on the results, 29% of the changes in dependent variable (satisfaction with life) are explained by the independent variable of love styles. Beta β shows the relative share of each variable in the dependent variable prediction. Based on the results, love style of the committed adoration style, 45%, sincere adoration style, 19% and ardency adoration can explain the changes in satisfaction with life as well as the mental component-neuroticism 27% of the variance of satisfaction with life in reverse and meaningful, in other components of the extraversion, experianceability, adaptability and responsibility were 26%, 11%, 29%, and 28% positively and statistically capable of explaining the variance of satisfaction with life.