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To Identify the Level of Psychological Well-Being among Secondary School Students
Nutan Potdar, Dr. Chandrasekhar Dnyandeo Aundhakar, Vaishali R. Mohite
Abstract: ? In today's highly competitive world, students face various problems mainly psychological issues are increased as compared to the older generation. School going age is a time where molding and personality transformation takes place. Objectives- To identify the level of psychological well-being among secondary school students and to find out the association between general health questionnaire with selected demographic variables. Methodology- Quantitative approach and cross sectional descriptive study design was used for this study. The study was conducted in English medium secondary schools on 600 secondary school student from selected schools of Karad city. Non probability convenient sampling technique was used. The general health questionnaire developed by Goldberg & Williams containing 12 items was administered to determine the respondents? level of psychological well-being. Results- Results shows that 58.7% students has psychological well being & 41.3% children are GHQ case or psychological distress. There is significant association between GHQ and education of mother and father at 5% level of significance and type of family at 1% level of significance of the secondary school students. Conclusion-The findings reveals that 58.7% students has psychological well being & 41.3% children are GHQ case or psychological distress.
Keywords: ? Psychological well-being, secondary school, students, identify, level.
Country: India, Subject Area: Nursing
Pages: 159 - 163
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 2, February 2019
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Nutan Potdar, Dr. Chandrasekhar Dnyandeo Aundhakar, Vaishali R. Mohite, "To Identify the Level of Psychological Well-Being among Secondary School Students", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i2/ART20194851.pdf, Volume 8 Issue 2, February 2019, 159 - 163
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