The Five Major Factors in the Personality and its Relationship to the Attachment Patterns Among the Students of the College of Law, Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University, AL-KHOBAR
Samia Awad Mohamed Hassan
The Major factors of personality are groups of methods on how the individual interacts with others. Individual variance refers to thoughts, manner, feeling, behavior, mostly described as pattern that capable of measurement such as instance neuroticism, extroversion, kindness, conscientiousness, openness on experiences. There are many specified factors for personality, including genetics, environmental factors and age. Therefore, individual personality plays important role in its ability to interact with living pressures and know the role that better suitable to the legal personality. Hence ,the study aims to identify the relation between attachment patterns and the five major factors for personality, in order to facilitate understanding the personality among college of law students at Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University, in AlKhobar ,Eastern Province, and to reveal the relation between attachment patterns and the five major factors for personality (neuroticism, extroversion, (Kindness), Conscientiousness, openness on experiences ) and the variance between study sample in the attachment patterns according to gender of (Sex, academic level) which help to determine the features of law students personality, and predict their behavior lately, benefit of their abilities as best according to their active role in establishing justice values and build the virtue. To achieve the objective of the study the researcher has applied the reference of the attachment patterns from (Abo-Ghazalah, Jardan 2009) and the five major factors for personality from (Al-Ansari, 2007) applied to random sample of (226) male and female students. The descriptive analytical approach was used. The results of the study are. The presence of an inverse negative correlation and statistically significant at the level (0.05) or less, between neuroticism and safe attachment. There were no statistically significant differences at the level of statistical significance (0.05) or less in the responses of the study sample individuals about (patterns of attachment) to the difference between the sex variable. The absence of statistically significant differences at the level of statistical significance (0.05) or less in the responses of the study sample individuals about (styles of attachment) according to the variable of the academic level. Relying on these results, researcher recommend the importance of educating parents and families about unsafe attachment patterns, as well as recommending the need to increase students' awareness through workshops and training courses, and to clarify the importance of normal personality factors.