PARANORMAL BELIEFS AND PERSONALITY AMONG BLACK SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS
Abstract:This study set out to replicate research on the relationship between reported paranormal belief, measures of locus of control and psychopathology in an African population. Results indicate an association between internal, external locus of control and paranormal belief. Further, the study found that extraversion was positively associated with the total paranormal belief scale while neuroticism and psychotism were not. Psychotism was associated with Psi Belief.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2002-01-01
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