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Impact of Changeover from Single Sex Education to Mixed Sex Settings on Psychological Functioning of College Going Girls


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1 Clinical Psychologist, Shri Krishna Hospital, Karamsad, Gujrat, India
     

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The present study aimed at studying the impact of changeover from single sex education to mixed sex settings on psychological functioning of college going girls.A purposive sample of 100 girls(50 from co-educational and 50 from non co-educational schools)were drawn from different co educational colleges.In order to measure the selected dimensions,three standardized tests have been used-The Adjustment inventory for college students,self efficacy scale and Bem sex role inventory.Findings revealed that the most of the girls from co-educational schools had androgynous typed personality and scored higher on self efficacy and their adjustment patterns were better as compared to the girls from non co-educational schools.

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Co-educational Scholls, Sex Role, Self Efficacy, Adjustment
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Bharti Sharma
Clinical Psychologist, Shri Krishna Hospital, Karamsad, Gujrat, India

Abstract


The present study aimed at studying the impact of changeover from single sex education to mixed sex settings on psychological functioning of college going girls.A purposive sample of 100 girls(50 from co-educational and 50 from non co-educational schools)were drawn from different co educational colleges.In order to measure the selected dimensions,three standardized tests have been used-The Adjustment inventory for college students,self efficacy scale and Bem sex role inventory.Findings revealed that the most of the girls from co-educational schools had androgynous typed personality and scored higher on self efficacy and their adjustment patterns were better as compared to the girls from non co-educational schools.

Keywords


Co-educational Scholls, Sex Role, Self Efficacy, Adjustment



DOI: https://doi.org/10.15614/ijpp%2F2013%2Fv4i1%2F49829