I found three research reports of the Middle East for the first time (luckyly, it is written in English).
Perhaps, famous Korean cartoon "RealCrazyMan's Blood Types Comic" was translated into Persian or Arabic ....
#It is exactly what I expect, that the results do not match the other reports.
The reference of the first paper is Mr. Alexander Besher's "You are Your Blood Type," so I am keenly aware of the necessity of transmitting English information.
By the way, these Iranian research reports are not registered in English-language database, somehow.
Is there any reason?
Fatemeh Beheshtian, Roghayeh Hashemi and Zolfaghar Rashidi
The Five Personality Factors over the Students with Four Blood Types
Journal of Applied Environmental and Biological Sciences, 2015, 5(8):45-49 1
160 subjects, NEO PI-R -> diffrence in openness to experience
Mohammad Sharifi, Hamza Ahmadian and Ali Jalali
The relationship between the big five personality factors with blood types in Iranian university students
Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2015, 7(5):233-240
400 subjects, NEO PI -> diffrences in openness and extraversion
Zirak Morandlou Hossein
The Relationship between Students’Personality Traits and Their Blood Types
Journal of Health and Devalopment 2012, 1(3):221-226
number of subjects not specified NEO-FFI -> no diffrence found
Also I found an Indian research report. This is not registered in English-language database, too.
Amreen Nahida, Nandini Chatterjee
A study on relationship between blood group and personality
International Journal of Home Science 2016; 2(1): 239-243
100 subjects -> no diffrence found
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