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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 7, Issue 9, Part D (2021)

A Psychological study on tolerance of environmental deprivation and cognitive functioning of youths and adults

Author(s)
Dr. Divya Jyoti
Abstract
In fact, deprivation term has often being employed interchangeable with other terms such as Cultural deprivation, Educational Deprivation, Social deprivation, Parental or maternal deprivation, Economic deprivation, Affective deprivation, Culturally different, Psychological deprivation, Relative deprivation, Cognitive deprivation, Medical deprivation, Disadvantage, Emotional deprivation, Inequality, Social pathology and social disadvantage. Most of these terms point out to be deficient environmental conditional and impoverished experiences characteristic of the socially disadvantage people. Thus, the empirical studies of deprivation include both lack as well as loss of factors considered necessary for the growth and adaptation of the individual. Tripathi (1982) has identified three criteria to classify the states of deprivation. i.e., organism vs environmental, objective vs subjective and absolute vs relative.
Pages: 225-227  |  39 Views  6 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Divya Jyoti. A Psychological study on tolerance of environmental deprivation and cognitive functioning of youths and adults. Int J Appl Res 2021;7(9):225-227.
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