December 04, 2018
A Study of Mental Health among Male and Female College Students
Mental Health is “the emotional and spiritual resilience which enables us to enjoy life and survive pain, suffering and disappointment. It is a positive sense of well being and an underlying belief in our and others dignity and worth. It is influenced by our experience and our genetic inheritance.” The purpose research attempted to study the gender difference between mental health. To study by research seared variables in gender and mental health sub factor. A sample of 100 participants 50 Male (25 Urban and 25 Rural) & 50 Female (25 Urban and 25 Rural)) was drawn randomly from the population. Mental health inventory developed by Dr. Jagdish & Dr. A.K. Srivastava (1983) was used for data collection. Factorial design was used and data were analysis by Mean, SD and ‘F’ values. Results show that 1) Male College Students high Positive self Evaluation than Female College Students. 2) There is no significant difference between Male and Female College on Perception of Reality. 3) Male College Students high Integration of Personality than Female College Students. 4) There is a not significant difference between Male and Female College on Autonomy. 5) There is not significant differences between Male and Female college students on Group Oriented Attitudes. 6) Female College Students high Environment Mastery than Male College Students.7) There is a not significant difference between Male and Female College students on Mental Health.
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Waghmare. R. D (2018). A Study of Mental Health among Male and Female College Students.International Journal of Indian Psychology, 6(4), 68-78. DIP:18.01.068/20180604, DOI:10.25215/0604.068
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