RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERSONALITY TRAIT WITH SUPER SIGNAL DREAM EXPERIENCE AMONG RELIGIOUS AND NON-RELIGIOUS PEOPLE

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Noshaba Razaq
Naila Azam
Humaira Mahmood
Mushtaq A Sajid
Zunaira Naveed
Javed Habib Ur Rehman

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Objective: The aim, of current study was to investigate (a) the significant differences in the response of male and female participants on super signal dream experience (b) to analyze; big five personality traits were predictors of super signal dream experience among people from different religion and anti-religion background.
Methodology: This Cross-sectional Correlational study was conducted in in Foundation University Medical College Rawalpindi Pakistan from January 2024 to May 2024. Study comprised sample of 160 male and female participants age range 20 to 50 years were randomly selected. The questionnaires, the big five personality trait and super signal dream instruments were used to investigate the relationship between personality traits with super signal dream experience among religious and non-religious participants.
Result: The score of male participants for super signal dream experience (M = 51.55, SD = 9.26, and score of female participants for super signal dream experience (M=50.08, SD=8.47). super signal dream among participants has positive effect with .026 for extraversion, .416 for conscientiousness and .676 for openness to experience.
Conclusion; our study results confirm the formulated objectives by exhibiting that male and female participants were showing a little significant difference on experiencing super signal dream experience. Moreover study results were showing that personality traits (extraversion conscientiousness and openness to experience) were positive predictor of super signal dream experience among participants.

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Noshaba Razaq, Naila Azam, Humaira Mahmood, Mushtaq A Sajid, Zunaira Naveed, & Javed Habib Ur Rehman. (2024). RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERSONALITY TRAIT WITH SUPER SIGNAL DREAM EXPERIENCE AMONG RELIGIOUS AND NON-RELIGIOUS PEOPLE. International Journal of Contemporary Issues in Social Sciences, 3(2), 2951–2955. Retrieved from https://ijciss.org/index.php/ijciss/article/view/1044
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