The Relationship between Personality Traits and Anxiety Disorders with Depression in Patients with MS

MS is due to sudden appearance of young man, no cure causes stress, anxiety and depression, anxiety disorders helpful to study relationship between personality traits of depression in MS patients. 80 people with convenience sampling method were selected. Tools include NEO Personality Inventory and DASS-21. Stepwise multiple regression and Pearson were used for data analysis. These findings indicate that neuroticism is loaded into 0.268, extraversion is loaded into 0.285, flexibility is loaded into 0.295 and pleasant with 0.241 at level of 0.05 depressions in patients with MS is significant. The results showed (neuroticism) correlated with depression, (extraversion, flexibility and chunky) is not associated with conscientiousness. There is direct relationship between anxiety and depression. Neuroticism is inversely related with anxiety and negative correlation Agreeableness, and Conscientiousness flexibility.


Peimaneh Mousavi, Ali Essazadegan

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