The present study investigated the relationship between personality and aggression among females. The sample comprised 200 adolescent Indian females aged 13-15 years from H.P. The results show that there are some personality traits such as group dependency, low intelligence, excitability and impatience that contribute to physical, verbal and indirect aggression among females. Collectively, these personality traits accounted for 24% of the variance in female aggression. The findings were measured through stepwise regression analysis.
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