January 2021

ROLE OF ATTACHMENT STYLES IN ADJUSTMENT OF ADOLESCENTS

Mohini and  Nov Rattan Sharma Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak, Haryana. Adolescence is a critical life period; it is the time of lots of changes, which can cause a lot of stress in a teen’s life. In this phase of development, adolescents begin to transition from childhood to adulthood. Issues of independence, identity, relationships and sexuality …

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Self-Compassion, Self-Esteem and Life Satisfaction among MizoAdolescents

Rinpari Ralte and   Lalrinkimi Mizoram The present study aims to explore the relationship between self-compassion, self-esteem and life satisfaction among Mizo adolescents. In addition, the study attempts to highlight the predictability of self-compassion on self-esteem and life satisfaction. Data is collected from a random sample of eighty (80) Mizo secondary school students (40 males …

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Impact of Behavioural Intervention on functioning of Children with ASD and their Parents

Mini Mehra, MP State School Education Department, Bhopal Bhupinder Singh, Barkatullah University, Bhopal It has been seen that Neuro developmental Disorders like ASD in children strongly affect the family. The behavioural issues associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder have a great impact on functioning of their parents. As a consequence they developed some dysfunction in various …

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Stress, Depression and Gender Differences among School going Adolescents

Naviya Antony K. and A. Shahin Sultana Pondicherry University, Puducherry Adolescent stress (Home stress, school performance stress, attendance stress, stress of romantic relationship, stress of peer pressure, stress of teacher interaction, future uncertainty, school-leisure conflict, financial pressure, emerging adult responsibility) and depression among 300 school going adolescents (174 boys, 126 girls) between the age 15 …

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Testing Indirect Effect of Parental Acceptance on the Relationship between Best Friend Acceptance and Psychological Adjustment among Adolescents in Bangladesh

Muhammad Kamal Uddin, Khadija Twl Kubra, and Jannatul Ferdous University of Dhaka, Bangladesh   The present study tested indirect effect of parental acceptance on the relationship between best friend acceptance and psychological adjustment in a sample of 250 Bangladeshi adolescents (50% male and 50% female), age ranging from 13 to 18 years. Participants were selected …

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The Relationship Between Teacher Commitment and Effective Teaching Practices in Rural Primary Schools in Malaysia

Gunasegaran Karuppannan & Suridi Bin Jalani UNISEL, Malaysia This study was conducted to investigate the relationship between teacher commitment and the effective teaching practice at rural primary schools in Malaysia. Ranau district in the state of Sabah was chosen as the location for this study. Teacher commitments consist of commitment to the school, pupils, career …

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Psychological Health Among a Sample of Sons of Working and Non-Working Mothers of Secondary School Students in North Jordan

Ahmad Y. Aljawarneh Saleh E. Daradkeh Ministry of Education, Irbid, Jordan. Northern Border University, Saudi Arabia The present study aimed to determine the psychological health among the sons of working mothers and non-working, secondary school students in the light of some variables in northern Jordan, the study sample consisted of (1305) students. The results showed …

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Peer pressure and Self-Esteem among Higher Secondary Students in Mizoram

Lalfakzuali, C, Lalruatfela, Lalawmpuii, Elim                                                                           Department of Psychology, Mizoram University The aim of the present study was to examine the relationship between the psychological variables of Peer Pressure and Self-esteem and to see if there were any gender differences on these variables. A sample of 150 higher secondary school students comprising of 75 boys and …

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Development of scale for Japanese Style class management: Comparison with Indian class management

Michiko Ishikawa Graduate School of Advanced Practice in Primary Education, Tokoha University, Japan. Miyuki Matsumoto Aichi Mizuho Junior College, Japan Panch. Ramalingam UGC – Human Resource Development Centre Pondicherry University. The purpose of this study is to develop a Japanese-style classroom management model and its scale by analyzing classroom management in elementary schools in Japan and …

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Movement toward Effortless State of Mind Where Creativity Emerges

             Raghubir Singh Pirta Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, India Panchalan Ramalingam Pondicherry University, Puducherry, India   There is need for a novel movement in the school. This movement expects emergence of effortless state in the mind of child, a qualitative change. There shall be no preordained plans. Neither shall there …

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