Personality Marker Identification within Select Learning Communities of Students Segmented by Major Field of Study
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One of the most complex issues of learning institutions today is that of understanding the learning culture. This research project shall observe and identify the diversity of personality types within learning communities at Texas A&M University and quantitatively portray the diversity of personality types by providing statistical trend information within different learning communities. Understanding the personalities that make up the population of different learning communities at Texas A&M University will help to understand the overall learning culture. This project is relevant to learning communities today because of the expanding interconnectivity between departments and majors in modern academia. Although different personalities help to create varied opinions and assist in learning, there is a growing need to understand students better to influence the learning environment so education can be meaningful for students. This study will allow for a better understanding of individuals in learning communities through determining quantitative trends in personality.
Brophy, Patrick J (2017). Personality Marker Identification within Select Learning Communities of Students Segmented by Major Field of Study. Undergraduate Research Scholars Program. Available electronically from