2018, Vol. 3 Issue 2, Part A
Comparison between rural & urban boys student on emotional stability
AUTHOR(S): Jagjit Singh, Dr. Pritam Singh and Lovedeep Singh
The purpose of the study, 50 subjects (25rural and 25urban) were selected randomly rural boys Student from Akal Sen. Sec. School, Bahadurpur (Rural) and urban boys from Bachpan Public School, Sangrur (Urban). The age level of the subjects ranged from 13 to 18 years The Emotional Stability Inventory developed by A San Gupta has been applied in the present study. The maximum possible score of this test is 15. In Emotional Stability Test for Children, each items of the test in scored as either +1 or 0. There are two types of items in this test, that is, positive and negative. All positive items which are endorsed by the subjects as ‘Yes’ and the negative items, items No. 9 and 10. Which are endorsed by the subjects as ‘No’ are given score of +1. A Score of zero is given to all other answers. This high score on the test indicates low emotional stability or control and whereas low score on the test indicates high emotional stability or control. The collected data were put to statistical treatment applying t’ test to find out the differences, if any between the rural and urban girls. the level of significance was set at 0.05.the results come out were shows no significant difference of Emotional Stability between rural and urban boys.
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How to cite this article:
Jagjit Singh, Dr. Pritam Singh, Lovedeep Singh. Comparison between rural & urban boys student on emotional stability. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(2):14-15.