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Emotional Maturity and Decision Making Styles among Arts and Science and Engineering College Women Students


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An attempt was made to examine the emotional maturity and decision making style among college students with special reference to day scholars and hostellers. The data was collected from 52 students of Arts and Science and Engineering College Women Students. Random sampling technique was used. Emotional Maturity Scale developed by Yashvir Singh and Mahesh Bharagava (1994) and Decision Making Styles Scale developed by Leon Mann (1982) was used to measure the emotional maturity and decision making styles respectively. The Mean, SD and T test was computed to analyse the data. The results revealed that there is significant difference between day scholars and hostellers women students‟ in their emotional maturity and decision making styles with respect to their dwellings. The mean difference of the day scholars are higher than that of hostellers. Day scholars are vigilant and adaptable to their environment.
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S. Punithavathi
Department of Psychology, PSG College of Arts Science, Coimbatore, India

Abstract


An attempt was made to examine the emotional maturity and decision making style among college students with special reference to day scholars and hostellers. The data was collected from 52 students of Arts and Science and Engineering College Women Students. Random sampling technique was used. Emotional Maturity Scale developed by Yashvir Singh and Mahesh Bharagava (1994) and Decision Making Styles Scale developed by Leon Mann (1982) was used to measure the emotional maturity and decision making styles respectively. The Mean, SD and T test was computed to analyse the data. The results revealed that there is significant difference between day scholars and hostellers women students‟ in their emotional maturity and decision making styles with respect to their dwellings. The mean difference of the day scholars are higher than that of hostellers. Day scholars are vigilant and adaptable to their environment.

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