دراسات نفسية وتربوية
Volume 10, Numéro 1, Pages 55-64
الكاتب : Tounis Fekiri .
In our study, we dealt with the issue of some personality traits of women who undergo repeated miscarriage, and the central question was: What are the most important personality traits that we may find in women who undergo repeated miscarriages? We assumed the following hypotheses: General hypothesis: There are personality traits for women who undergo recurrent miscarriage. As for the partial hypotheses, they were: - Women who are subject to frequent miscarriages have the trait of anxiety. Women who undergo repeated miscarriages have an aggressive trait. - Women subjected to frequent miscarriages have the depressive trait. The method used in the study is the clinical approach, and the sample contained only one case in the context of the case study. As for the tool, we used the TAT understanding of the topic. In this study, we reached the following results: The three hypotheses were investigated, as the trait of anxiety, aggressiveness and depression was present in the case.
personality traits, repeated miscarriage, TAT
زيتوني محمد زين العابدين
بن دومة نوردين