عنوان مقاله [English]
The present study investigated the relationship between identity base and personality traits with moral education of second grade elementary students in Delfan city. To investigate this relationship, a descriptive research design has been used. The study population was preschool students and educators. The tests were performed on a sample of 120 people. The identity database was measured by the objective extended test of the identity-review second database and each of the subjects was placed in one of the access, suspension, obstruction and dispersion databases. Personality traits were measured by 16-factor Cattell personality test and subjects in each of Cattell factors were divided into two groups: high (scores 8-9-10) and low groups (scores 3-2-1). The results of data analysis showed that there is a significant correlation between some personality traits and identity bases with moral education and individuals in the upper and lower groups of Cattell personality factors showed a significant difference in the scores of identity bases. In this study, a significant relationship was also found between identity databases and variables of birth order, marital status and field of study of educators.