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Title: Personality makeup and locus of control : relationships between anxiety, self-esteem, hassles and locus of control factor
Authors: Camilleri, Carmel (1994)
Keywords: University students -- Ontario -- Toronto
Jackson Personality Inventory -- Ontario -- Toronto
Locus of control -- Ontario -- Toronto
Anxiety -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Testing
Self-esteem -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Testing
Issue Date: 1994
Citation: Camilleri, C. (1994). Personality makeup and locus of control: relationships between anxiety, self-esteem, hassles and locus of control factor (Bachelor's dissertation).
Abstract: The present study was undertaken with the idea of finding out the relationships among locus of control, anxiety, self-esteem and hassles. Tests used included the Jackson Personality Inventory (from which the self-esteem and anxiety tests were taken), the James Internal-External Locus of Control, and the Inventory of College Students' Recent Life Experiences. With these tests, a questionnaire of 149 items was assembled. It was administered to 73 female university students (20 in a first year course and 53 in a third year course). An SPSS Program was used for the analysis. The findings indicate that there is a relationship between total anxiety and the measures of self-esteem and hassles. Further analyses revealed a strong relationship between locus of control and anxiety.
Description: B.PSY.(HONS)
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