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Over the recent decades spread of addiction or being hooked by drugs has been growing. The growing trend has been more significant among young people. The undesirable impacts of drug abuse are known to all, that is to say every year addiction imposes high costs on the country's economy. According to the reports treatment methods to confront addiction have not been so effective, and today it is believed that prevention is easier than treatment. Addiction is a physical-mental-social disease in which pre-addiction contextplays a substantial role. Identifying these factors may be effective in preventing students from getting addicted. This research is aimed at examining the role of personality traits (neurosis, agreement, excitement seeking, habitude psychosis), and styles for confronting addiction among students at Ferdowsi University of Mashad. The population of study is Bachelor's and Master's degree students studying in Ferdowsi University during 2010-2011 semester. 205 students of Ferdowsi University were tested NEO-FFI questionnaires taking into consideration five criteria: Arnet excitement seeking, Parker and Andler styles of confronting stress, Toronto habitude psychosis, and the Iranian criteria for evaluating tendency to addiction. The collected data are looked into by using Pearson correlation and multiple regressions. The results indicated that there is meaningful relationship between neurosis, agreement, excitement seeking, habitude psychosis and styles of confronting excitement-oriented and problem-oriented stress, and tendency toward getting hooked. In addition, neurosis and habitude psychosis have the most correlated characteristics with tendency toward getting addicted. Meanwhile, there was significant multiple correlation between neurosis, agreement, excitement seeking, habitude psychosis and styles of confronting excitement-oriented and problem-oriented stress, and tendency toward getting hooked and two active and passive factors. In other words, 25% of the variance for tendency toward addiction in general,39%of variance for active tendency toward addiction, and 60% of passive tendency toward addiction can be clarified by predicting variables.