| Published: May 30, 2017
A Comparative Study of Cognitive Style among Boys and Girls Graduate College Students
DIP: DIP 18.01.073/20170403
Aim of the study: To find the Systematic Styles among boys and girls graduate college students. To find the Intuitive Styles among boys and girls graduate college students. Hypotheses: There is no significant difference in the Systematic Styles among graduate college students in relation to their gender. There is no significant difference in the Intuitive Styles among graduate college students in relation to their gender. Sample: The sample size of the study is 100 belongings to Aurangabad, which includes college student. Out of 150 populations, 100 – college Student sample has been derived by Stratified Random sampling method. 50 boys’ graduate college students and 50 girls’ graduate college students. The age range of subjects was 18-25 years. Tools the tool used in this study was Cognitive-Style Inventory developed by Praveen Kumar Jha (2001). Variable Independent variable Gender: i) Boys ii) Girls Dependent Variable Cognitive Style – Systematic Styles and Intuitive Styles result girls college student found significantly better Systematic Style than the boys college. Girls’ college student found significantly better Intuitive Styles than the boys’ college.
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© 2017 Nath I
Received: April 11, 2017; Revision Received: May 14, 2017; Accepted: May 30, 2017
Published in Volume 04, Issue 3, April-June, 2017