Author(s): Agarwal A.K., Gupta Preeti, Mahore R.N.


DOI: 10.5958/2321-5828.2015.00002.9.   

Address: Agarwal A.K. 1*, Gupta Preeti2, Mahore R.N.3
1Department of Community Medicine, G. R. Medical College, Gwalior 474009 (MP) India
2Govt. Medical College, Kota, Rajasthan India
3L. N. Medical College, Bhopal (MP) India
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Published In:   Volume - 6,      Issue - 1,     Year - 2015

Background: Difference in the stress, anxiety and depression level is seen among medical students living in hostel and home. Aims: To assess the difference on personality dynamics of Hostellers and residential MBBS students of II and V Semester. Material and Methods: The participants consisted of 120 MBBS students of 1st and 2nd professional in the age group 18-23 years. The students were assessed at their 1st professional and 2nd Professional examination duration respectively by using NEO Five Factor Personality Inventory (NEO FFI). Binary logistic regression analysis was performed to calculate odds ratio (OR).Results: study concluded that as compared to day scholar students, hostilities showed significant difference on major dimensions of personality such as neuroticism, openness, agreeableness, extraversion and conscientiousness. Conclusion: The anxiety experience was more common due to academics in medical students and seen predominantly among hosteller medical students. Strategy development for eliminating anxiety is necessary for promoting healthy and skilled life.

Cite this article:
Agarwal A.K. , Gupta Preeti, Mahore R.N.. A personality dynamics difference Study of MBBS Medical Students living in Hostels and their Homes during their 1st Prof and 2nd Prof Examination. Research J. Humanities and Social Sciences 2015; 6(1): 07-12 doi: 10.5958/2321-5828.2015.00002.9.

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