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This study examined the relationship between personality factors and marital conflict resolution strategies among spouses in (AMAC) Federal Capital Territory Abuja. Two research questions and corresponding hypotheses were raised to guide this study. The personality factors such as educational qualification and length of marriage were the focus of this study. Samples of a hundred respondents consisting of 50 young and aged married couples, selected using the purposive sampling technique. The research questions were analysed using Pearson Product Moment correlation while the hypotheses were tested using the significance of Pearson (r) at 0.05 level of significance using t-test. The findings revealed that there is a significant relationship; between educational qualification and conflict resolution strategies of married people, also; between the length of marriage and conflict resolution strategies of married people. The study recommended that couples to be should get to understand each other in the area of likes and dislikes, ideologies and personality make-ups.
Keywords: Personality factors, marital conflict resolution strategies and spouses.
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