Volume : IV, Issue : III, March - 2015

A STUDY OF SELF CONCEPTS OF INTERMEDIATE STUDENTS IN RELATION WITH GROUP OF STUDY AND SIZE OF THE FAMILY

Mr. M. Amaranatha Reddy, Dr. Y. Sudhakara Reddy

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Today our self –concept, i.e., our knowledge assumptions, and feelings about ourselves, is central to most of the mental process. The self–awareness is one of the most important concepts in psychology. We know that each persons self concepts are different from all others. The main objective of the present study is to study the influence of group of study, size of the family on the self concepts of intermediate students. Self concepts questionnaire developed by Mukta Rani Rastogi (1974) was adopted. A sample of 320 Intermediate students representing all categories of intermediate colleges in Y.S.R. District by following the standardized procedures. t – test and ANOVA (F – test) were employed for analysis of the data. There is significant influence of group of study and size of the family at 0.01 level of significance on the self concepts of intermediate students.

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Mr. M. AMARANATHA REDDY, Dr. Y. SUDHAKARA REDDY A STUDY OF SELF CONCEPTS OF INTERMEDIATE STUDENTS IN RELATION WITH GROUP OF STUDY AND SIZE OF THE FAMILY International Journal of Scientific Research, Vol : 4, Issue : 3 March 2015


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