مستوى صعوبة التعرف الى المشاعر (الألكسيثيميا) لدى عينة من طلبة الجامعة في فلسطين
رانيا عوض عامر نصار
Rania Awad Amer Nassar
This study investigated the lack of emotional awareness (Alexithymia) among university students in Palestine; it’s a descriptive study from Palestinian Universities (Jerusalem, Hebron and Bethlehem). The main tool of this research is questionnaire; distributed on a stratified random sample from Palestinian universities students. The data collected through the research instrument provide a quantitative data. The data gathered based on a sample of 600 students selected randomly from universities covered in the study. The researcher used Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS-. 20) for (Taylor, 1992) that was mentioned in Hashim's study (2018). The study found that the level of emotional awareness (Alexithymia) among Palestinian university students means for Palestinian universities were on average, results showed that there were differences in the level of emotional awareness due to university in favor of Hebron University, and other differences were attributed to gender ( in favor of male). Results also showed there was statistically significant differences attributable to the college variable, and the differences were in favor of human colleges, and also showed the presence of differences attributable to the variable of the educational level in favor of the third year and the location of birth in favor of camp, and the cumulative average variable in favor of (60-75)%, followed by the rate (76-85)%. Researcher recommended conducting supportive programs to express feelings, conducting an awareness programs for Hebron University and Alquds University students to encourage them to express their feelings, support for students with a low level of achievement, and conduct awareness-raising meetings for students of low level.