| Published: June 25, 2018
Divergent Production Abilities as Function of Psycho-Physiological State of Students
Aim of the study is to find out whether Divergent Production Abilities of students are affect by psycho-physiological state, for this investigation sample of 120 subjects were selected in which 60 subject were from normal psycho-physiological state and another 60 subject were from neurotic psycho-physiological state.. The sampling was simple random (a type of probability sampling). Dysfunctional psycho-physiological state of students was determined on the score obtained from the norms given in the Psycho-Physiological State Inventory (PPSI–VS) by Sanjay Vohra and Divergent Production Abilities was determined on the score obtained from the norms given in the Divergent Production Abilities by K.N. Shrma. Mean, S.D. & ‘t’ test was applied to find out the difference between groups. The result obtained through the study showed that Students who experience normal psycho-physiological state exhibit higher level of divergent production abilities than Students who experience neurotic psycho-physiological state.
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Received: March 25, 2018; Revision Received: May 15, 2018; Accepted: June 25, 2018
Published in Volume 06, Issue 5, April-June, 2018