Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 711 , Download: 254
The present study was designed to investigate the differences of psychological wellbeing and level of self - confidence among adolescence. The total random sample consisted of 120 adolescence (60 Male and 60 Female) who study in higher secondary schools in humanities stream from Nadia and Murshidabad district (West Bengal). The sample was equally divided in regard to gender also. Psychological wellbeing scale developed by D.S.Sisodia and Pooja Chaudhary and Self confidence was measured with the help of Agnihotri’s Self- Confidence Inventory developed by Dr. Rekha Gupta(1987) were used to collect the required data. Mean scores were computed and ‘t’ – test was applied to find out the differences between the group. The result of the study shows that gender had no significant impact on the Psychological wellbeing and Self-confidence of adolescence. The ‘r’ between psychological wellbeing and self –Confidence was 0.84.
(1) Bhimwal(2007). Intelligence as Related to Psychological wellbeing and Academic Achievement of School Students, Journal of All India Association for Educational Research, 21 (2), 80-83.
(2) Crow L.D. and Alice Crow (1951). Mental Hygiene,(second edition). New York: Mc Graw- Hill Book Company, Inc.
(3) Devi, Meena and Lohumi, Manju (2010). Well-being and emotional intelligence of high school teachers. Journal of Teacher Training, 2(1), 6-10.
(4) Dictionary of English Language (2000). The American Heritage @ 4th Edition copy writes 2000, Houghton Mifflin Company, Internet.
(5) Goode, C.R. (1985). The initiation of general well-being in selected predominantly black colleges and universities. Dissertation Abstracts International, 46(3), 620-A.
(6) Jones, W. P., & Kottler, J. A. (2006). Understanding research: Becoming a competent and critical consumer. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson
(7) Koonce, G. L. (1986). The effects of structured wellness programme on physical and mental well-being of public school teachers and staff members, Dissertation Abstracts International, 47(6), 1954-A.
(8) Mathur, S.S. (1972). Educational psychology: Revised and enlarged fifth edition, 499- 500.
(9) Mehta et.al.(1998). Study of achievement as related to academic achievement motivation, Indian Psychological Review, 60 (2), 105-112.
(10) Moorjani, J.D. and Mamta Geryani (2004). A study of life satisfaction and general well-being of college students. Psycho-Lingua, 34(1), 66-70.
(11) Neblett, N., & Cortina, K. (2006). Adolescents' thoughts about parents' job and their importance for adolescents' future orientation. Journal of Adolescence, 29, 795-811.
(12) Pavot, W. and Diener, E. (2003). Well- being (inducing life satisfaction). In Rocio Fernadez-Ballesteror (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Psychological Assessment 2. New Delhi. Sage Publications, 1097-1101.
(13) Santrock, J. W. (2004). Life-span development (9th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. Research Guru Volume-10 Issue-3(December,2016) (ISSN:2349-266X) Page | 59 Research Guru: Online Journal of Multidisciplinary Subjects (Peer-Reviewed)
(14) Shaffer, C.F. and E.J. Shoben, J. (1956). The psychology of adjustment, a dynamic and experimental approach to personality and mental hygiene. USA: Houghton Mifflin Company.
(15) Singh, B., & Udainiya, R. (2009). Self-efficacy and wen-being of adolescents. Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, 35 (2),227-232.
(16) Stolz, S.Z. (1999). The importance of self confidence in performance. Accessed at http://C\earinghouse.missouni.western.edulmanuscripts/99.php.onApril 1212009.