Self-esteem as a moderator of neuroticism – interpersonal sensitivity measure relationship
Keywords:Self-esteem, Neuroticism, Interpersonal Sensitivity.
AbstractThe study is attempted to explore the relationship between self-esteem, neuroticism and interpersonal sensitivity among children and find out the self-esteem as a moderator of neuroticism and interpersonal sensitivity measure. A sample of 100 students selected from different schools of Kerala State (Kannur District). Interpersonal Sensitivity Scale, Big-Five Personality inventory and Rosenberg’s Self-esteem Scales along with socio demographic sheet were used for data collection. The result states that self-esteem has a predictor of neuroticism. Further, it states that low self-esteem can be a good predictor of interpersonal sensitivity character among children and e may tend to develop neurotic character.
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