Author(s): Ay?enur ?SKURT
Education faculty students, who are qualified as teacher candidates are expected to carry out their professions as teachers with self-esteem and positive attitudes and behaviors in the future. Problems that may appear in teacher-student relations can lead to harm in education. Based on such assumption, it is planned to examine the aggression behaviors with selfperception of those education faculty students, who are teacher candidates. The research is aimed to be performed in the Trabzon University in order to contribute to the literature on studies done in different regions of Turkey. Thus, the relevant issues, together with the work in different regions of Turkey are intended to contribute to further research by diversifying. 388 female and 112 male n = 500 preservice teachers which study at Education Faculty of Trabzon University participated in the research. Personal Information Form, Aggression Inventory (Otrar & Çelik, 2009) and Self-Theory Scale adapted to Turkish by Yavuzer, Karata?, and Polat Demir (2017) were applied to the participants. According to the findings obtained as a result of the data analysis, it was observed that self-perception and aggression behaviors predicted each other, physical aggression and impulsive aggression negatively affect self-development and self-perception.