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Relationship between Color Code Personality and Depression of Freshman Students at Royal University of Phnom Penh

Hour Srun
CamEd Business School

Faculty Publications
2016, pp. 73 – 104

Objective of the study
This study attempts to address the following objectives:

    • To identify types of personality using color code and to examine whether the color code varies by student background characteristics of freshmen students at Royal University of Phnom Penh.
    • To identify level of anxiety among freshmen and to examine whether students ‘anxiety level differ by their background.
    • To identify level of depression among these students and to examine whether students’ depression level differs by their background.
    • To explore the relationship between the color code personality and depression among these freshman students, with several background factors controlled.

Significance of the study
The study of color code personality and depression would be as asset as follow:

    • It is the first study of personality using color code in Cambodian context
    • To help the university students to identify their primary color code personality and discover the primary motives behind their personalities.
    • To help the university students developing their relationship with themselves and others as well.
    • To use as guideline for some organizations that want to hire employees, the four primary color are necessary to identify.
    • To use as information in the counselling session. It would serve as a guideline to assist counsellors help their clients to identify their primary color, natural strength and weakness.

 

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