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:: Volume 11, Issue 3 (Summer 2023) ::
Shefaye Khatam 2023, 11(3): 47-56 Back to browse issues page
The Relationship Between Five Personality Factors and Religious Belief with Early Emotional Relationships in Adolescents
Ebrahim Soltany Azemat , Mosayyeb Yarmohammadi Vasel * , Abolfazl Mohammadian
Department of Psychology, Bu-Ali Sina University, Hamedan, Iran , yarmohamadivasel@basu.ac.ir
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Introduction: In this research, the relationship between five personality dimensions and early emotional relationships with the mediating variable of religious belief in adolescents was investigated. Materials and Methods: The statistical population of this research included high-school teenagers in Hamedan City. Two hundred students were selected using the convenience and snowball sampling method, and the five-factor neo-personality questionnaires, religious orientation, and attitude and tendency towards premarital relationships through space virtualization were studied. Results: Path analysis results showed that among the five personality variables, the agreement had no direct or indirect relationship with emotional relationships. Extraversion and openness were, directly and indirectly, related to emotional relationships. Furthermore, conscientiousness and neuroticism were directly related to emotional relationships. Conclusion: The results showed that the personality dimensions of extroversion and openness has a negative effect on religious belief in early emotional relationships in adolescents. In addition, the reduction of religious belief facilitates the formation of early emotional relationships in adolescents.
 
Keywords: Adolescent, Personality, Culture
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Soltany Azemat E, Yarmohammadi Vasel M, Mohammadian A. The Relationship Between Five Personality Factors and Religious Belief with Early Emotional Relationships in Adolescents. Shefaye Khatam 2023; 11 (3) :47-56
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