Abstract


A Research Subscales Of Undergratuadtes' Personality Traits According To Five Factor Personality Theory In Terms Of Some Variants
In this research is examined subscales of personality traits according to the 5-Factor Personality Theory in terms of the variants of “gender, class, type of university entrance score, the place undergraduates spend most of their lives, family income, family structure and attitude of parents”. According to research results; it’s found out that in terms of the variant of gender, the mean scores of extraversion, openness to experience, agreeableness and conscientiousness of subscales of undergraduates’ personality traits don’t vary significantly(p>.05); but in terms of the variant of gender, in the subscale of emotional instability/neurotucism, it changes remarkably (p<.05); in terms of the variant of class, the mean scores of emotional instability/neurotucism, agreeableness and conscientiousness of subscales of undergraduates’personality traits don’t differ significantly (p>.05);in the subscale of extraversion and openness to experience, in terms of the variant of class, it changes remarkably in favor of the fourth grade(p<05); in terms of the variant of the type of university entrance score, the mean scores of emotional instability/neurotucism, extravertion, openness to experience, agreeableness and conscientiousness of subscales of undergraduates’ personality traits; it doesn’t vary significantly (p>.05); in terms of the variant of the place undergraduates spend most of their lives, the mean scores of emotional instability/neurotucism, openness to experience, agreeableness and conscientiousness of subscales of undergraduates’ personality traits, it doesn’t change remarkably (p>.05); in terms of the variant of family income, the mean scores of emotional instability/neurotucism, extraversion, openness to experience and agreeableness of subscales of undergraduates’ personality traits don’t differ significantly (p>.05) but in the subscale of conscientiousness, it differ significantly; in terms of the variant of family structure, the mean scores of emotional instability/neurotucism, agreeableness and conscientiousness of subscales of undergraduates’ personality traits don’t differ remarkably (p>.05) yet in the subscales of extraversion and openness to experience in terms of the variants of family structure, there is a significant change in favor of extended family(p<.05); in terms of the variants of attitudes of parents, the mean scores of emotional instability/neurotucism, extraversion and openness to experience of subscales of undergraduates’ personality traits differ significantly; but in the subscales of agreeableness and conscientiousness, in terms of the variant of attitudes of parents, there is no significant change. In examining digital datas T test, ANOVA and Tukey test which are statistical techniques are used.

Keywords
Undergraduate; Five Factor Personality Theory; gender; neuroticism.