A Prediction Model Based on Personality Traits and Domestic Violence Against Women and Child Abuse History Spouses in Isfahan

Soheila Shariat, Gholamreza Monshei



Background and Objectives: In recent decades, violence against women, as the most serious social
problem beyond cultural, social and regional remembered. The aim of this study is to predict the pattern
of domestic violence against women based on personality traits and history of child abuse in Isfahan
Material and Methods: The research method was descriptive-correlation. The study sample included
all women about domestic violence, the number of 159 students were selected by convenience
sampling method domestic violence against women, child abuse history questionnaire between
personality traits and a questionnaire was distributed. Data correlation and multiple regression
analysis were used.
Results: The results showed that personality traits and child abuse, domestic violence against
women and wives predictor of personality trait neuroticism and child abuse, domestic violence
against women, there is a signifiant positive relationship (P<0.0001). This is despite the fact
that the other personality traits includes extroversion, openness to experience, agreeableness and
conscientiousness with domestic violence against women, there is a signifiant negative correlation
Conclusion: It can be said that personality traits and child abuse, domestic violence against women
and wives predict the personality trait neuroticism and child abuse, domestic violence against women,
there is a signifiant relationship. These results indicate the relationship between personality traits
and child abuse, spouse that should be considered by researchers.


Domestic violence, Personality traits, Child abuse, Women

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