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PSY I58 B45 1999 (COL)
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Introversion-extraversion and level of aggression among male college students
by Belgira, Anabelle B
iv, 31 p. ; 28 cm.

©1999 Published by The Authors
Added Authors:  Fernando, Ma. Louella C.; Ruzgal, Raquel C.; Semorlan, Ava Ann P.
Thesis:  (Behavioral Science) -- Miriam College, 1999.
ABSTRACT:  The study primarily aimed to find out whether a significant difference exists between introversion-extraversion and level of aggression of male college students. If further intended to determine the profile of the respondents in terms of introversion-extroversion personality type; the level of aggression of both introverted and extraverted respondents; the instances that trigger aggression in the respondents; and which between the extraverted and introverted respondents tend to have a lower level of aggression. This study made use of Jung and Eysenck's respective theories to serve as framework in explaining introversion-extroversion personality type domain, and Bandura's Social Learning Theory to serve as basis in illustrating aggression. This study made use of Jung and Eysenck's respective theories to serve as framework in explaining introversion-extraversion personality type domain, and Bandura's Social Learning Theory to serve as basis in illustrating aggression. Ninety-six male college students from Far Eastern University, College de San Lorenzo, and Rizal Technological University were purposively selected in order to serve as subjects for this study. The researchers used two sets of questionnaire in conducting their survey: the Aggression Scale, which was developed by the researchers themselves; and the Introversion-Extraversion Scale, which was based on the Keirsey Temperament Sorter. To measure the variable aggression, the researchers used the Aggression Scale. To compute for one's level of aggression, the total number of scores should be divided by the total number of scores should be divided by the total number of items. If the resulted score (average) varied from 1-2, the respondents is said to have high level of aggression; 3-4 moderate level of aggression; and 5-6, low level of aggression. On the other hand, to measure the variable introversion-extroversion, the researchers made use of the aforementioned Introversion-Extraversion Scale. To establish whether the respondents is more introverted or extraverted, the greater the frequency of the subject's response to letter A would mean extraversion, while the greater the frequency of response to letter B would suggest introversion. Data gathered showed that majority of the selected male college students are extraverts. Extraverts were found to be slightly more aggressive than introverts, although both introverts and extraverts have the same level of aggression: moderate. Using the t-test, a non-significant difference between introversion-extraversion and level of aggression in males are: doing things they do not like, finding mistakes that need to be pointed out, being treated unjustly, having a need to start a conversation, and making sure to win arguments where they have a point.
Book ID 1000040252
INTROVERSION
EXTRAVERSION
Personality
AGGRESSIVENESS (PSYCHOLOGY) IN ADOLESCENCE
 
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