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Home Special Issues Comparative Study of Emotional Awareness between HIV Positive and HIV Negative (No. 70)
Comparative Study of Emotional Awareness between HIV Positive and HIV Negative (No. 70)
Title:      Comparative Study of Emotional Awareness between HIV Positive and HIV Negative (No. 70)
Categories:      Special Issues
JournalID:      18.01.070/20160401G
Editor:      P. Mounika
ISSN:      2348-5396
Publisher:      RED'SHINE Publication. Inc
Publication date:      30 Oct 2016
Edition:      2016
Number of pages:      29
Language:      English
Rating:      2.5 
Picture:      cover
Description:     

Emotional awareness is the ability to identify and describe one’s own emotions, and those of other people (Lane and Schwartz, 1987). The objective of the study is to find out the level of emotional awareness between the  HIV Positive and    HIV Negative children. The sample size is 60, of which 30 where HIV Positive and 30 where HIV Negative   within the age group of (9-14)years. The non-probability sampling technique is used in collecting the data. Emotional awareness questionnaire (Rieffe, 2008) is used to administer the test. The results showed that children suffering with HIV had significantly higher on two subscales of emotional awareness: attention to other’s emotions and analysis of emotions (ts>3.01, ps<.01).  The correlations done among the subscales of the scale showed differentiating emotions had significant positive correlation with verbal sharing of emotions, bodily awareness of emotions and analysis of emotions; bodily awareness of emotions had positive significant correlation with not hiding emotions and verbal sharing of emotions; and attention to other’s emotions had significant positive correlation with bodily awareness of emotions (rs>.287, ps<.02).

Keywords: HIV/ AIDS, Emotional Awareness.

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