International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Experimental Result Paper | Yoga and Meditation | India | Volume 13 Issue 3, March 2024

Impact of Brain Waves in Aggressive Behavior of Students

Prabir Chatterjee | Dr. Prachi Indurkar

Abstract: Actually, aggressiveness is very common term applicable for all age group but its grass root area is our children especially lower age group. Just after COVID-19 its intensity gradually increases among school children and competitive college going students which directly effect on their academic performance, mental & physical health as well as social interaction. Although number of precautionary measured have been incorporated by school and government to minimize their stress through counseling, ?Pariksha pe charcha? etc. but every day there are hundreds of incidents of aggression, violence and miss happening are reporting in daily Newspaper. Here it is one experimental approach to overcome from aggression though stabilization of different Brain waves through intervention of some scientific Yogic techniques in different age group students. Research area: within two age group (dependent Variable) 1. School children-14-16 Years [DPS Ranchi] and 2. College students-18-22 Years [School of Yoga, Ranchi University] whereas independent variables are numbers of Yogic techniques. Methodology applies experimental and survey based. Sample consist of 8-10 students from each group and Yogic intervention given for each student individually but same technique for particular group for a period of 3 months (90 days) in regular basis. Aggression level measured at pre and post intervention through specific A-scale (Aggression Scale) proposed by Buss-Perry through BPAQ (Buss-Perry aggression Questionnaire) consist of 5 subscales each having specific dimension of aggression. Participant rate themselves on a scale 1 (Extremely uncharacterized of me) to 5 (Extremely characterized of me). Whereas status of different brain waves ?, ?, ?, ?, and ? are measured through EEG at pre and post intervention. Such measurement is very sensitive work where during collection of data and during intervention seriously considered ethical, confidentiality, potential impact as well as social issues. Before any intervention have been consulting mental health professional/ Neurologist as well as after obtained consent from parents and guardians. Additionally, ensured that the results are used constructively for intervention and support rather than punitive measures. Statistical analysis doing by Wilcoxon sign rank test. Result shows that after intervention of some specific Yogic techniques brain waves are significantly stabilized especially great change observed in case of alpha waves followed by level of aggression significantly decreased from pre to post intervention. Consultation & Helping hands: 1) Sample collection [Pre and Post intervention] from B. Sc and M. Sc Students [18-22Years] of School of Yoga, Ranchi University, Ranchi, Jharkhand. 2) Brain Waves measurement through EEG by Certified Laboratory [First Point Diagnostic Centre, Opp-RIMS, Medical Chowk, Bariyatu, Ranchi]. 3) For Medical Suggestion and Guide by Dr. Suhash Tetarway, Director, Harmu Haspatal, Ranchi. 4) Statistical analysis checked by Prof. Rakesh Mishra, St. Xavier College, Ranchi. 5) For Yogic Intervention-Associate Prof. Manoj Soni, School of Yoga, Ranchi University.

Keywords: Brain waves, Aggression, A-Scale, EEG, BPAQ, Wilcoxon sign rank test, Yogic intervention, dependent variable and independent variable

Edition: Volume 13 Issue 3, March 2024,

Pages: 562 - 566

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