Comparison of Personality Traits between Undergraduates Majoring in Art with and without Hearing-Impaired
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To explore the general personality traits of undergraduates majoring in Art with hearing-impaired.A total of 400 undergraduates majoring in Art with and without hearing-impaired were enrolled, who were divided into hearing-impaired arm and healthy control arm equally. Influenced personality traits between two arms were investigated including gender and family residence as well as differences compared with healthy control by California Psychological Inventory (CPI-RC).Compared with healthy control, the undergraduates in hearing-impaired arm were more suspicious and weaker in self-acceptance. However, the undergraduates in hearing-impaired arm showed more persistence and focus on handling complicated and tough working tasks and among whom, compared with female undergraduates with more seriousness, male ones were more self-confident and advanced in expression and plan-making.Evidence-base thoughts have been provided to solve common problems and propose reasonable strategies and suggestions during training of undergraduates majoring in Art with hearing-impaired.
Undergraduates majoring in Art with hearing-impaired; California Psychological Inventory; Personality traits