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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Navaitienė, Julita;Jaruševičienė, Violeta
Title: Mokytojų asmenybės bruožai ir pyktis
Other Title: The relationship of five personality traits and angerin teachers
Is part of: Pedagogika, 2018, t.132, nr. 4, p. 23-41
Date: 2018
Keywords: Mokytojai;Pyktis;Neurotiškumas;Ekstravertiškumas;Atvirumas patyrimui;Sutarumas;Sąmoningumas;Teachers;Anger;Conscientiousness;Agreeableness;Neuroticizm;Extraversion;Openness to experience
Abstract: Kai kurie mokytojai dažniau ir stipriau reiškia savo pyktį. Šio tyrimo tikslas buvo ištirti mokytojų penkių asmenybės bruožų ir pykčio sąsajas. Tirti 157 Lietuvos bendrojo ugdymo mokyklų mokytojai. Tyrimui naudoti NEO-FFI asmenybės bruožų klausimynas ir Daugiamatis pykčio aprašas. Rastos teigiamos mokytojų neurotiškumo bruožo sąsajos ir neigiamos ekstravertiškumo, sąmoningumo ir atvirumo patyrimui bruožų sąsajos su pykčiu. Mokytojų sutarumo bruožas nebuvo susijęs su pykčiu ir jo dimensijomis. Gauti rezultatai gali būti naudingi sudarant pykčio valdymo programas mokytojams ar atrenkant būsimuosius pedagogus.
Some teachers tend to get angry. The anger of a teacher could destroy interpersonal relationships with students. It could weaken students’ learning motivation, academic achievement and social behavior. The aim of the current study was to investigate the relationship of teachers’ five personality traits and anger. The sample consisted of 157 Lithuanian teachers of general education schools. The NEO-FFI Personality Trait Questionnaire (Costa, McCrae, 1992) and the Multidimensional Anger Inventory (Siegel, 1986) were used to measure personality traits and anger. Correlation analysis of the research data revealed a positive correlation between neuroticizm and anger, anger arousal, hostile outlook and anger-in. Extraversion and conscientiousness negatively correlated with anger, anger arousal, range of anger-eliciting situations, hostile outlook and anger-in. Openness to experience had the negative correlations with anger, anger arousal, anger-in and anger-out. The trait of agreeableness was not related to anger and its dimensions. The results obtained can be useful in organizing anger management programs for teachers or selecting future teachers.
Appears in Collections:Pedagogika / Pedagogy 2018 t. 132, nr. 4

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