| Published: September 25, 2020
A comparative study of mood state on male and female students
The purpose this study the Mood State on Male and Female Students. Objectives: To Study the Male and Female Students on Anxiety, Stress, Depression, Regression, Fatigue, Extraversion and Arousal. Hypotheses: –There will be no significant difference between Male and female Students on Anxiety, Stress, Depression, Regression, Fatigue, Extraversion and Arousal. Methodology– Sample: Total sample of present study 100 College Going Students, in which 50 were Male Students and 50 Female Students. The subject selected in this sample was used in the age group of 18 years to 21 years (Mean – 19.16, SD- 2.01.) and Ratio 1:1. Non- probability purposive Quota Sampling will be used. Variables- The independent variables are Gender and Dependent variables are Mood State (Anxiety, Stress, Depression, Regression, Fatigue, Extraversion and Arousal). Research Design:2×2 Factorial research design used. Research Tools- Eight state Questionnaire developed by Catell and Curran (1973) and this Questionnaire Indian adaption by Kapoor and Mahesh Bhargava (1990). Statistical Treatment: Mean, SD and ANOVA. Conclusions: -1) Female Students high Anxiety, Depression, Regression, Fatigue and Guiltthan Male Students. 2) No Significant difference between Male and Female Students on Stress and Arousal. 3) Male Students high Extraversion than Female Students.
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© 2020, Waghmare R. D.;
Received: March 22, 2020; Revision Received: September 19, 2020; Accepted: September 25, 2020
Published in Volume 08, Issue 3, July-September, 2020