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Study of Neuroticism, Openness to Experience and Agreeableness Between PUBG Addicts and Non PUBG Addicts: A Comparative Analysis


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1 M.A. Psychology, Master of Arts Scholar, H.P.T Arts & R.Y.K Science Collage, Nashik, Maharashtra, India
2 Clinical Psychologist, Sanvedan Wellness Centre, Nashik, Maharashtra, India
     

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The present research is focusing on differences among PUBG addicts and non PUBG addicts on the parameters of three personality traits this includes neuroticism, openness to experience and agreeableness. This comparative study is comparing the levels of personality traits among PUBG addicts and non PUBG addicted population. For this study between group model is implied. The sample was selected from Nashik city Maharashtra between 15 to 30 years of age groups, which was collected by purposive sampling method. Subjects selected for this study having different academic and occupational backgrounds. The figures were examined using paired sample t test. Findings specified that significant difference was not found in levels of neuroticism and openness between PUBG addicts and non PUBG addicts. Findings also showed that PUBG addicts are less agreeable than non PUBG addicts.

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PUBG, PUBG Addicts, Neuroticism, Openness to Experience and Agreeableness.
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Sneha N. Kulkarni
M.A. Psychology, Master of Arts Scholar, H.P.T Arts & R.Y.K Science Collage, Nashik, Maharashtra, India
Ketan Kotalwar
Clinical Psychologist, Sanvedan Wellness Centre, Nashik, Maharashtra, India

Abstract


The present research is focusing on differences among PUBG addicts and non PUBG addicts on the parameters of three personality traits this includes neuroticism, openness to experience and agreeableness. This comparative study is comparing the levels of personality traits among PUBG addicts and non PUBG addicted population. For this study between group model is implied. The sample was selected from Nashik city Maharashtra between 15 to 30 years of age groups, which was collected by purposive sampling method. Subjects selected for this study having different academic and occupational backgrounds. The figures were examined using paired sample t test. Findings specified that significant difference was not found in levels of neuroticism and openness between PUBG addicts and non PUBG addicts. Findings also showed that PUBG addicts are less agreeable than non PUBG addicts.

Keywords


PUBG, PUBG Addicts, Neuroticism, Openness to Experience and Agreeableness.