International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 7, Part R (2017)
Gender-wise and school wise difference in emotional intelligence, self-concept and anxiety of adolescents
This study has been designed to investigate gender-wise and school-wise difference in Emotional Intelligence, Anxiety and Self-Concept in Adolescent Students. Sample included the male and female adolescent students of 16 to 18 age group enrolled at both the private and government schools. Daniel Goleman model was used to construct the self-made tool of Emotional Intelligence, further two standardized tools were used Self-concept Questionnaire (SCQ) by Dr. Rajkumar Saraswat and the another Anxiety test (hindi version of Cattell’s self-analysis form of IPAT) by S.D. Kapoor. Major findings were that there is significant gender-wise difference in Emotional Intelligence, Self-Concept and Anxiety of male and female adolescent students.
Further it was found that there is significant difference in Self-Concept and Anxiety of government and private school’s students.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Munmun Sharma. Gender-wise and school wise difference in emotional intelligence, self-concept and anxiety of adolescents. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(7):1368-1372.