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A Comparative Study of Physical, Mental, Psychological Stress among Elderly Household Female Population in India and Nepal


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1 Department of Psychology, University of Delhi, Delhi, India
2 Department of Psychology, Zakir Hussian Delhi College University of Delhi, Delhi, India
3 Department of Educational Psychology and Foundations of Education, NCERT New Delhi, India
     

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The present study examined the physical, mental, psychological stress among elderly household female population in India and Nepal. In this research Random sampling technique was used. 50-50 elderly household female population selected randomly from both countries India and Nepal. All 100 elderly household female participants completed her questionnaire of five domain of Adult Stress-o-Meter V (1). Descriptive Statistics was used for statistical analysis. In India74% household female was emotionally disturbed but manageable, 18% (moderate level), 2% (severe) and 6% was emotionally normal. In Nepal 78% household female emotionally disturbed but manageable, 12% emotionally normal and 10% moderate level.
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Rajkumari Meena
Department of Psychology, University of Delhi, Delhi, India
Satyendra Kumar Thakur
Department of Psychology, Zakir Hussian Delhi College University of Delhi, Delhi, India
Prabhat Kumar Mishra
Department of Educational Psychology and Foundations of Education, NCERT New Delhi, India

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The present study examined the physical, mental, psychological stress among elderly household female population in India and Nepal. In this research Random sampling technique was used. 50-50 elderly household female population selected randomly from both countries India and Nepal. All 100 elderly household female participants completed her questionnaire of five domain of Adult Stress-o-Meter V (1). Descriptive Statistics was used for statistical analysis. In India74% household female was emotionally disturbed but manageable, 18% (moderate level), 2% (severe) and 6% was emotionally normal. In Nepal 78% household female emotionally disturbed but manageable, 12% emotionally normal and 10% moderate level.