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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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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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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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Social Networking impact on stress and anxiety

Diganta Baishya and ZokaitluangiMizoram University, Aizawl Pages:205-210 Human nature looking for ways to connect and network with each other as such, ofnow, socially active on the internet with the advent of the numerous social networkingplatforms and apps. The present study examines the social networking impact onstress and anxiety comparing 100 Male and 100 female social …

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Eight Emotional States of First Year and Final Year BAMS Students – Copy

Jyoti Rawat Prince KumarGurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya DRDO, Vishakhapatnam Pages:91-96 Emotions play a significant role in professional life since emotional issues becomeincreasingly prevalent during medical school undergraduate programmes, which canworsen students’ mental health issues and have a detrimental impact on theirpersonalities as whole. Due to the extremely difficult procedure of obtaining into medicalfield in India, who …

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Effect of Zentangle Intervention on Academic Stress among High School Students| P 45-51

Tanya Stephenie Bennett, D. Sumathi and Rini RajanWomen’s Christian College, Chennai Pages:45-51 In India, the school board conducts 10th and 12th final examinations that potentiallydetermine certain aspects of a student’s future. Pressure from parents and teachers to perform well, along with long hours of study and academic obligations, contribute to increased stress in students, especially …

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A Study On Stress And Coping During Covid-19 Pandemic| P 53-60

Nida Fatima Khan Rakhee.VermaBhopal School of Social Sciences, Bhopal Indira Gandhi National Open University, Delhi Pages:53-60 The Novel Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) has rapidly infecting people throughout the whole world. Pandemic can lead to increased levels of stress as a common response to any elevated situation. The present study attempts to investigate the stress and …

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Expression, Anxiety, Stress and Burden of Care among Mothers of Intellectually Disabled and Autism Spectrum Disorder Children| P 44-52

Shivali Tiwari, Bhupinder Singh and Indra Bhushan KumarBarkatullah University, Bhopal Pages:44-52 The present study investigated the role of depression, anxiety, stress, and burden of care among the mothers of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Intellectually Disabled (ID) children. The sample consisted of 30 mothers (15 each of A.S.D. and I.D. children). The DAS Scale developed …

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