| Published: June 25, 2018
Trait of Hope and Psychological Well-being – A Correlated Study of Pharmacy Students
The purpose of the current study was to find out the relationship between trait of hope and various of psychological well being among Pharmacy male and female undergraduate students.. It is survey type correlated research design. The purposive sample of 100 pharmacy student was selected, which consist 50 male and5 0 female students , age range from 19 to 21 years . Hope is dynamic life force describe by total score on four agency and four pathways across the time and situational contexts Because hope is an important personality trait which is significantly predicted for areas of psychological well-being such as autonomy, environmental mastery, personal growth, positive relation with others and purpose of life. Data was collected by using Trait Hope scale of Snyder et.al.(1991) and Psychological well-being by using Ryff;s C. and Singer B. developed Scale of psychological well –being. Collected data was analysed by Mean, SD and Pearson product movement correlation and Z test for studying Gender difference. There is positive correlations Co-efficient between Hope (r=0.48) and psychological being (r=0.46) Phar macy male and female students which was significant at 0.05 level. The Data also revealed that positive correlation does indeed between Hope and autonomy (r=0.60), Hope and Environmental mastery (r=0.45),hope and Personal growth (r=0.47), hope and positive relation with other (r=0.41) and hope and purpose of life (r=0.66),hope and Self Acceptance (r=0.46), Pharmacy male undergraduate students. It also showed that positive correlation does indeed between hope and autonomy (r=0.58), hope and environmental mastery (r=0.041), hope and personal growth (r=0.46), hope and positive relation with others (r=0.40) and hope and purpose of life (r=0.62), hope and self acceptance (r=0.36), in Pharmacy female undergraduate students. The Z test show no significant gender differences between hope (Z=0.077) and psychological well being (Z=0.085) at 0.05 level of Pharmacy students.
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2018 © Sontakke S
Received: March 25, 2018; Revision Received: May 15, 2018; Accepted: June 25, 2018
Published in Volume 06, Issue 5, April-June, 2018