OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO THE DIMENSIONS OF NEUROTICISM AND EXTROVERSION AMONG THE MEDICAL STAFF AMID OF THE COVID19 PANDEMIC
This study aims to identify the relationship between the obsessive-compulsive disorder and the personal dimensions of neuroticism and extra version for the medical staff amid of the covid 19 pandemic. To achieve the goals of the study, the descreptive approach was applied, and relying on some tools to get the practical data, such as: the observation, the interview, Eysanck personality questionnaire (kuwaiti version of Badr El Anssari), the list of symptoms of obsessive-compulsive of Ahmed Abd El Khalek. The study was done on the medical staff in El Hakim Okbi Hospital in Guelma city, a sample amounted to (102) among this staff on a stratified random the data has been statistically treated by SPSS program, and the following results were obtained: there is a positive correlative statistically significant between the obsessive-compulsive disorder and the neurotic dimension, no correlative relationship statistically significant between the obesissive-compulsive and the extraversion dimension, no statistically significant differences in the level of obsessive-compulsive disorder and the extraversion dimension due to the sex variable and the profession´s variable, no differences in the level of neurotic dimension because of the sex variable, while there are differences in this level due to the proffession´s variable.
Keywords: Obsessive, Compulsive Personal Dimensions, Neuroticism, Extraversion The Medical Staff, The Covid 19 Pandemic.