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Mindfulness Therapy for Stress, Happiness and Self efficacy of Hockey Players in Schools – Copy

Ritika Verma and Vishwanand Yadav Central University of Haryana Pages:210-214 The purpose of this research is to explore the levels of affluenza and examine itsrelationship with the values of female university students. In order to assess affluenza,the affluenza Scale by Tyagi and Shyam was used, which has five subcomponents(Gasconading, Distress, Materialism, Shopaholism, Fiscal Exigency) The …

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Social Interaction Anxiety and Perceived Parenting Styles in Adolescents –

Ekta Bhambri Marwaha Sarabjit Kaur SranS.P.M College, University of Delhi Mata Sundari College, University of Delhi Pages:276-284 The bond between parents and children is reflected in parenting style. The ways parentsuse to raise their children, including how they react to and impose demands on them,are referred to as parenting styles. Parental responsiveness and parental control …

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Effect of Resilience on Well-Being among Adolescents

Radhika Rani S,and Manish Kumar VermaLovely Professional University, India Pages:45-51 Adolescence is the stage which challenges children in different streams of education,career, life skills, life choices, society, dreams, desires etc. Studies and psychologistssay that this phase is one of the most difficult phases of human life. If child is held withcare, positivity and taken from …

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Mental Well-Being of Senior Secondary School Students

Neha Goswami, and Rashee SinghManav Rachna University, Faridabad, Haryana, India. Pages:52-59 Mental well-being aims to improve the mental health, which lays the foundation of happy and satisfied life ahead. The mental well-being of senior secondary students was measured through Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-being Scale (WEMWBS) and gender difference was studied with the ‘t’ test. Findings stated …

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The Practice of Japanese-Style Education in India Considering Diversity: A Study of Students in Private Schools

Michiko Ishikawa Panch. RamalingamTokyo University and Graduate Studies, Japan. Pondicherry University, Puducherry, IndiaM Kamal Uddin Hitomi KuwayamaUniversity of Dhaka, Bangladesh Handa Agricultural High School, Japan Pages:316-324 The aim of this study was to research Japanese-style education that recognizesdiversity: a two-hour classroom management lesson was conducted with 15-year-oldIndian private school students on the theme ‘Indian-style classrooms, …

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Big-Five Personality Factors and Technology Acceptance among University Students

Dom Joy and J. VenkatachalamPeriyar University, Salem Pages:309-315 This study aims to investigate how university students’ personality characteristics affecttheir acceptance and adoption of mobile learning technologies, shedding light on theinteraction between personal traits and technology integration in educational settings.With a sample of 728 participants, this study investigated the impact of personalityfactors / traits on the …

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Mindfulness Therapy for Stress, Happiness and Self efficacy of Hockey Players in Schools

Anupama, N., Gayatridevi, S. and Sudha. RAvinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women, Coimbatore Pages:301-308 Students face numerous stressors in their academic life. Having extracurricular activitiessuch as a sport sometimes becomes an added burden and adds to their stress levels.The present study attempts to identify if mindfulness interventions help in reducing thestress …

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Developing Self-care Skills among Intellectually Disabled Children using Scraps as Tools

Smita KumariDDRC under SJDW Dept. Vidisha, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh Pages:296-300 Developing self-care skills for children with intellectual disabilities and getting readymade tools for the same is a major challenge in times of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ifthese children are not given continuous therapy, it will become very difficult to developself-care skills with growing age. Would …

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The Impact of witnessing Domestic Abuse back in childhood, now as young adult survivors: Assessing Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Personality traits and Resilience

Srishty Yadav and Prof. Sarabjit Kaur SranMata Sundri College for Women, University of Delhi Page:285-295 Family is the first exposure everyone has after leaving the mother’s womb. Familyprovides firsthand experiences and helps to develop the core basis and archetypes thatare formed by experiences in an individual. Unfortunately, a family can inflict anguishand pain on a …

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A Review on Personality Factors and Its Relationship with Birth Order, Sibling Rivalry and Mental Health

Sandeep and Tajbina YasinRajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, Pages:265-275 The current article expressed the idea behind the personality traits, birth order, siblingrivalry and mental health to know how it connected with the human behavior. In reality,there are a number of mental health difficulties that parents and teachers have noticedin children’s behaviour that may be …

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