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shafiei M, basharpoor S, ahmadi S, heidarirad H. The Comparison of Temperament, Character, and Distraction between Deaf and Normal Students . . 2017; 3 (33) :63-77
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university ofmohaghagh
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The main purpose of present study was to comparing of temperament character and distraction between students deaf and normal. This research was a causal-comparative study. The statistical population consisted of all students studying deaf and normal in the second half of 2014, the city was Gilan- Gharb (20 = N). Due to the limited population size were chosen as the deaf And 20 normal students are also given the demographic characteristics of age and sex matched groups of deaf and as a comparison group in the study. Data were collected by Temperament Character Inventory (TCI) and attention Control Scale (ACS) and analyzed by variance analysis (MANOVA). The results show that the mean scores for the deaf in distraction variables (P<0/01;F=7/05) And the components to avoid damage (P<0/001;F=37/71) and innovation (P<0/05;F=5/01) higher, but in self-directed components (P<0/001;F=9/26) and cooperation (P<0/001;18/97) was significantly lower than normal subjects. These results reveal that distraction deaf children are higher than normal and they also have properties different from ordinary people is the nature.

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Type of Study: Research Paper | Subject: Educational Psychology
Received: 2016/10/5 | Accepted: 2017/06/11 | Published: 2017/06/11

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