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Dissertation Chapters | Psychology | India | Volume 11 Issue 6, June 2022
The Effect of Mindfulness Intervention on Perceived Stress and Emotional Intelligence
Sarath C J | Dr. Nisha Jaishwal
Abstract: This study aims to see the effect of one day workshop of mindfulness on the perceived stress and emotional intelligence of participants. This study used the two groups' pre-post research design, with the independent variable of a one-day workshop on Mindfulness for a happy life with dependent variables of five facets in mindfulness, perceived stress, and emotional intelligence. The paired dependent t-test using SPSS 16 was used to compare the five facets of mindfulness, perceived stress, and emotional intelligence among the experimental group and the control group before and after the intervention. The comparison in the variables of five facets of mindfulness perceived stress and emotional intelligence among the experimental and control group were compared using the independent sample t-test using SPSS 16. Two studies were conducted to see the effect of mindfulness practice. Study one was conducted on the employees working in an NGO named HRDS from Kerala. It was a single group pre-post design without a control group. 10 participants took part in this study belonging to the age group of 30 to 40. Data were collected using a five-facet mindfulness questionnaire, a perceived stress scale, and a simplified form of trait emotional intelligence questionnaire (SF TEI Q) before and after the mindfulness for happy life workshop. This study showed a significant difference in the perceived stress level of the employees before and after mindfulness for happy life workshops. In this study, there was a significant positive correlation found between observation, description, and non-judgment. Also, there was a significant positive correlation found between observation and non-reactance. Similarly, there was a significant positive correlation found between description, non-judgment, and non-reactance. A significant negative correlation was found between act with awareness and perceived stress. A significant positive correlation was found between non-judgmental and non-reactance.
Keywords: Mindfulness, Intervention Perceived Stress, Emotional Intelligence, Observation Description Act, Awareness, Non-Reactance, Non-Judgement, Experimental Study
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 6, June 2022,
Pages: 70 - 81
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Sarath C J, Dr. Nisha Jaishwal, "The Effect of Mindfulness Intervention on Perceived Stress and Emotional Intelligence", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 11 Issue 6, June 2022, pp. 70-81, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR22530105523
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