The Emotional Balance and Its Relation to the Sense of Inferiority among the Students of the Faculty of Education for Pure Sciences / Ibn al-Haytham
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Research Paper | Psychology Science | Iraq | Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018

The Emotional Balance and Its Relation to the Sense of Inferiority among the Students of the Faculty of Education for Pure Sciences / Ibn al-Haytham

Dr. Anan Ghazi Mahmoud Al-Safi

The emotional balance is the ability of the individual to control his emotions, feelings, motives, control and ability to deal with things patiently, And rational and confront life with vigor and activity and good behavior by relying on himself, confident and optimistic and reassuring in his outlook for the future and compatible with others. However, the sense of inferiority dominates the psychological life of all human beings, and is manifest in feelings of weakness of sufficiency and constant efforts Which means that the reality of the human being is the sense of inferiority, so the sense of inferiority is part of human nature, within each person there is a sense of lack or less, and although this feeling is the weakness of self-confidence and shyness in social attitudes and the weakness of decision-making ability, but it drives the person at a later stage to develop itself, and sets goals that seek to achieve in order to overcome the lack and reach the superiority or perfection that aspires to. The current research aimed at identifying 1 - measuring the emotional balance among the students of the College of Education for Pure Sciences / Ibn Al Haytham.2 - Significance of differences in emotional equilibrium according to gender variable (males, females).3 - measuring the sense of inferiority among students of the Faculty of Education for pure sciences / Ibn Al Haytham.4 - Significance of differences in feeling of inferiority according to gender variable (males, females).5 - to identify the nature of the relationship between emotional balance and a sense of inferiority. To achieve these goals, the researcher applied the emotional balance of researcher ( Al Jumaili 2005) and the measure of the sense of shortness (AID 2005) on a sample of (250) students from the Faculty of Education for Pure Sciences / Ibn Al-Haytham were selected in a random stratified manner. After processing the data statistically using the tit test for one sample and two independent samples, The current search results in the following results 1. The students of the College of Education for Pure Sciences / Ibn Al-Haytham have an emotional balance.2. Males are more emotionally alert than females because of social upbringing and the social roles they actually practice.3. Students of the Faculty of Education for Pure Sciences / Ibn Al-Haytham have a sense of purity.4. females have a feeling of inferiority more than males.5. There was a positive relationship between the emotional balance and the feeling of lack among the students of the College of Education for Pure Sciences / Ibn Al-Haytham.

Keywords: emotional balance

Edition: Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018

Pages: 231 - 247

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Dr. Anan Ghazi Mahmoud Al-Safi, "The Emotional Balance and Its Relation to the Sense of Inferiority among the Students of the Faculty of Education for Pure Sciences / Ibn al-Haytham", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART20179700, Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018, 231 - 247

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