Year:2021   Volume: 3   Issue: 8   Area: Philosophy

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Dr. Samira BRAHMIA & ‎Researcher Rahma BOUDRA

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.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.8-3.4


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