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international journal of philosophy and social-psychological sciences
Volume 3, 2017, Issue 3
Predictive Role of Personality Traits and Creativity on Perfectionism as to Male and Female Teachers: District 1, Zahedan, Iran
Taibeh Vakhshoozi, Mehrnegar Barahouei, Reza Barahouei, Tahereh Gorgij salem
Pages: 7-14

Abstract

This article studies Predictive Role of personality traits and creativity in 2015. Applying Cochran formula , the study uses a predictor descriptive perfectionism as to male and female teachers at district 1, Zahedan, Iran in correlational method, statistical population of which consists of All male and female teachers at district 1, Zahedan, totally including 649, out of which 242 (128 female and 114 male) were selected randomly engaged in the general educational administrative. N.E.O. (1985) personality characteristics, Creativity Torrens (1979), and Frost Multidimensional Perfectionism (1990) are the three questionnaires used in collecting data. In analyzing the data, descriptive and inferential statistics are applied. At the descriptive level, mean, standard deviation, frequency, percentage, and at inferential level, Pearson correlation coefficient and regression analysis have been utilized to determine the relationship among variables. As per the descriptive data, the respondents are mostly Female participants, at the age group of 28-38 married and indigenous. As revealed from the analytical results, the dimensions of personality characteristics (duteousness, agreeableness, openness and intro-extroversion) have significant negative relationships with perfectionism. At a level of 0.99 confidence, Creativity has significant positive relationships. The results indicate that among personality characteristics, neuroticism most evidently contributing to predicting Perfectionism and Creativity is not a predictive of perfectionism as to male and female teachers, at district 1, Zahedan.





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