Effect of Pakistani Parental Role and Teachers’ Role on the Neuroticism Personality of Students
This survey research study was carried out in Hazara Division, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, at secondary schools to investigate the impact of parental role and teachers’ role on the neuroticism personality trait of students. Fourteen hundred and thirty-eight (1438) grade 10 students were selected through stratified random sampling techniques from the population of the study. Two questionnaires; one for a parental role, and another for teachers’ roles were developed. The third questionnaire was adopted to probe information about neuroticism personality trait. Results showed that Parents play their role by providing emotional support to their children while teachers maintain a secure environment classroom. Adolescents’ neurotic tendencies are decreased due to emotional support from parents. Similarly motivation of teachers reduces these neurotic tendencies in adolescents. In the same way, the neurotic trend in male students is reduced through the emotional support of parents, and the motivation of teachers.