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Summaira, et al. ...arXiv:2202.09195v1 fatcat:wwxrmrwmerfabbenleylwmmj7y
The present study explored the relationship between music reference dimensions and personality trait. This study comprised of three stages. In Stage-I, adaptation of Short Test of Music Preference Scale (STOMP; Rentfrow & Gosling, 2003) was done. In Stage-II the psychometric properties of adapted STOMP Scale and NEO-PI-R (Costa & McCrea, 1992) were determined on a sample of 60 students (20-25 years). Stage-III involved measuring the relationship between music preference dimensions anddoi:10.33824/pjpr.2021.36.3.20 fatcat:3tvnlxhvrzbffparkt2siakp6a
more »... y traits on sample of 250 students age range of 20-25 years. Results revealed that extraversion, openness to experience, and agreeableness showed positive association with intense and rebellious music, upbeat and conventional music, and reflective and complex music. Whereas extraversion and openness to experience was negatively associated with energetic and rhythmic music. Additionally, neuroticism was negatively related with reflective and complex music, and agreeableness has negative relation with intense and rebellious music. Conscientiousness has negative relationship with reflective and complex, intense and rebellious, and upbeat and conventional; while exhibited positive relationship with energetic and rhythmic music. Future implications of the study were also discussed.
Objectives: To find out the impact of illness perception and coping strategies on quality of life among migraineurs. Study Design: Correlational study. Place and Duration of Study: The sample was selected from different hospitals of Hazara Division, from Mar to Jul 2018. Methodology: The sample of 300 migraineurs with age range 18-55 years was selected from hospitals of Hazara Division through purposive sampling technique. Brief illness perception questionnaire, The World Health Organizationdoi:10.51253/pafmj.v71i4.3825 fatcat:sj2nx6qhqnatpbhxdhkokfi6ve