Egogram of late teenager at internet generation
Yokoyama, Tomohiro Tokushima University Tokushima University Educator and Researcher Directory
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Background: Historically, transactional analysis (TA) was initiated and developed by Berne and Dusey, and egogram analysis has been utilized for years. The egogram includes five egos such as critical parent (CP), nurturing parent (NP), adult (A), free child (FC), adapted child (AC), and has been applied using Tokyo University Egogram (TEG) in Japan. University students were given our class of egogram, and they were studied for further evaluation of the egogram analysis.
Research Protocol and Results: Subjects were 376 late teenagers in university students. They were to answer TEG questionnaire with the evaluation of the personality trait. There are 29 typical standard personality patterns acceptable in Japan. By analyzing the data of the subjects, six types with higher prevalence were found in the students than the standard ratio. These are dependent, short temper, self-centered, conflict, solitude, and pessimism.
Discussion and Conclusion: From the analyzed data, the overall trend would be as follows: (1) NP is generally low. (2) CP and AC are relatively high, and (3) distribution of A and FC is wide. Subjects are in the internet generation. Obtained data would suggest the probable involvement of the continuing daily internet utilization and various growing environments of each subject.
Clinical Research in Psychology
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