This study aims at exploring the relationship between some types of intelligence and the components of personal quality among university students in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The study also aims at exploring the differences among the study's sample in light of variables (academic specialization and gender). The researcher used the descriptive method on a sample that consisted of 1074 university students. The researcher followed the Available method to select the sample. Two scales were designed and used by the researcher. These scales measured types of intelligence and personal quality. The study found that the most common types of intelligence among university students are social intelligence, followed by intrapersonal intelligence. Both of these types scored high degree. The average of Intelligence was found to be high among students in general. Personal quality levels among university students was found to be high. The domain of personal relations was found to be the most prevalent among students, followed by high performance at work, and positive character traits. Moreover, the results revealed strong positive correlation at the level of 0.01 between types of intelligence and personal quality components. There were statistically significant differences at the level of 0.05 among university students in regard to emotional intelligence due to the variables of academic specialization. There were statistically significant differences in the levels of intelligence among university students and in personal quality components due to gender and academic specialization.
Mustafa, Emad Ramadan
"Some Types of Intelligence and Their Relationship to the Components of Personal Quality among University Students in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 10:
27, Article 15.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol10/iss27/15