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Resilience Model Based on Personality Traits by the Mediating Role of Perceived Stress in the Military
Hamidreza Saadatazhar1, Naser Sobhi Gharamaleki *2, Majid Zargham hajebi1
1- Department of Psychology, Human Sciences Faculty, Qom Branch, Islamic Azad University, Qom, Iran
2- Department of Motor Behavior & Sport Psychology, Physical Education & Sport Sciences Faculty, Allameh Tabatabai University, Tehran, Iran , AIDSOBHI@YAHOO.COM
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Aims: Resilience represents a characteristic in people that not only causes to flourish despite the problems and limitations, but also handle them well. The aim of this study was to explain the resilience model based on personality traits that mediated by perceived stress
Materials & Methods: This research is a correlational type in the form of structural equation modeling. The statistical population of this study was all employees of a military unit who were serving in Tehran, Iran in 2019. Samples were selected by multi-stage random clustering. The instruments used to measure the research variables were: Connor and Davidson Resilience Scale, 240 Neuroticism Questionnaire and Perceived Stress Questionnaire. Initial sampling measures were taken after obtaining the necessary permits from the military center study case and security principles. A group was selected as a cluster from this military units and 367 people were tested. Data were analyzed by using structural equation modeling through LISREL 8.5 software.
Findings: 324 questionnaires were well-completed enough to be evaluated and scored among distributed questionnaires. The resilience scale of the samples was 57.1± 15.7. The results showed that personality traits had a direct structural effect on resilience and an indirect structural effect through perceived stress. Some personality traits explained the resilience, and perceived stress also played a mediating role in explaining resilience based on personality traits. Among 30 personality traits in this study, 14 traits explained the resilience model based on personality.
Conclusion: Components of personality traits based on the model obtained are able to predict changes in the resilience variable directly and indirectly through the perceived stress variable.

Article number: 1
Keywords: Personality traits [MeSH], Resilience [MeSH], perceived stress [MeSH], Neuroticism , Extraversion [MeSH],
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Police Related Psychology
Received: 2020/09/4 | Accepted: 2020/11/18 | Published: 2021/12/31
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