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The Role of Home Environment and Achievement Motivation on Psychological Well-Being among School Going Children


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The aim of the current study was to test the role of home environment and achievement motivation on psychological well-being among school going students. A sample of 100 boys and girls of higher secondary school students between age ranges of 15-19 years was purposively selected. Descriptive method of research was employed and data was collected through Deo-Mohan achievement motivation scale. Home environment inventory by Mishra and Ryff's psychological well-being scale. Correlation and regression was done through SPSS. Results reported that there is significant relationship between six out often sub-scale of home environment and achievement motivation. Sub-scales social isolation, deprivation of privileges and rejection has negative significant relationship with psychological well-being and sub-scale reward has positive relationship with psychological well-being. Results also indicate that there is correlation between psychological well-being and achievement motivation. Further analysis using regression showed that Achievement motivation and only permissiveness factor contributed significantly to variation in psychological well-being.

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Home Environment, Psychological Well-Being, Achievement Motivation, Regression, Correlation.
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Himangini R. Hooja
Department of Psychology, IIS University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Priyangini Shaktawat
Department of Psychology, IIS University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

Abstract


The aim of the current study was to test the role of home environment and achievement motivation on psychological well-being among school going students. A sample of 100 boys and girls of higher secondary school students between age ranges of 15-19 years was purposively selected. Descriptive method of research was employed and data was collected through Deo-Mohan achievement motivation scale. Home environment inventory by Mishra and Ryff's psychological well-being scale. Correlation and regression was done through SPSS. Results reported that there is significant relationship between six out often sub-scale of home environment and achievement motivation. Sub-scales social isolation, deprivation of privileges and rejection has negative significant relationship with psychological well-being and sub-scale reward has positive relationship with psychological well-being. Results also indicate that there is correlation between psychological well-being and achievement motivation. Further analysis using regression showed that Achievement motivation and only permissiveness factor contributed significantly to variation in psychological well-being.

Keywords


Home Environment, Psychological Well-Being, Achievement Motivation, Regression, Correlation.