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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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Effect of Psychological Counseling on School Students

Suresh M.MakvanaSardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar Pages:230-236 The present research aims and objectives was to measure the psychological counselingneeds of school students in different variables. There were the variables like type ofschool, city area, gender, and medium of education called four groups. In the study, a2x2x2x2 factorial research design was used and collected the data …

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Life Satisfaction among Primary School Teachers – Copy

Ngunlin Wangsu and Jerina Begum,University of Science and Technology Meghalaya Pages:116-122 Satisfaction of life is a bit more complex subjective emotional process. Life satisfaction(LS) is similar to happiness but indisputably each term has different meanings. LS isthe evaluation of an individual’s life as a whole, not essentially one’s present level ofcheerfulness. Our life satisfaction is …

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Social Dysfunction among the Hearing Impaired in Mizoram| P 61-66

Laltanpuia Chhangte and Zokaitluangi ZokaitlaungiMizoram University, Aizawal Pages:61-66 The study aims to explore the Social dysfunction among the person with hearing impairment and also to determine the independent effect of age and gender, andtheir interaction effect. To meet the objectives of the study, the General Health Questionnaire – 28 (GHQ-28; Goldberg, 1978) was administered to …

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Mental Health of Adolescents in Aizawl: Differences in Gender and Schooling| P 27-31

ulia Vanlalruati Pachuau, Lalhmingmawii, and ZokaitluangiMizoram University, Mizoram Pages:27-31 The study aims to examine gender (male and female) and school (private and government) differences on mental health by employing the ‘Depression, Anxietyand Stress Scale’ (DASS-21; Lovibond & Lovibond, 1995) & ‘The Satisfaction with Life Scale’ (Diener, Emmons, Larsen, & Griffin, 1985). 200 high school students(100 …

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The Relationship between Material Value and Self-Esteem among Mizo Higher Secondary School Students | P 27 – 34

The Relationship between Material Value and Self-Esteem among Mizo Higher Secondary School Students Pages:27-34 People often become materialistic to compensate for their feelings of insecurity andinadequacy (Kasser et al., 2004) and tend to consider possessions as something thatwill fetch them happiness (Richins et al., 2004) especially among youths. Therefore,the present study explored the relationship between …

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