A study of Learning Stress in relation to various Personality traits.

Pragya Singh

Abstract


The present study has been done to see the relationship between learning stress and various personality traits. The objective of the present study was to compare learning stress among students with high and low level of personality traits. The researcher took the sample of 89 students of 11 class from aided schools of Allahabad city. Two tools Learning Stress Scale and Personality Inventory were used for data collection. For comparing learning stress among students with high and low levels of various personality traits, t-test was used. The results of the present study show that students who are confident, relaxed, independent and enthusiastic feel less learning stress than those who are apprehensive, tense, group dependent and lethargic. Results also show that students with high and low level of personality traits namely experimenting, emotionally stable, spiritual, adaptive, more inquisitive, affectionate, persistent, self-critical, supportive, assertive, forthright, divergent, dominant and conscientious have equal stress.

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