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A Correlational Study of Aggression and Hardiness among Adolescents


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1 Department of Psychology, Dayanand College, Hisar, Haryana, India
2 Department of Psychology, CMG, GCW, Bhodia Khera Fatehabad. Haryana, India
     

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In the present scenario of society the adolescents are facing many kinds of problems. Aggression is physical or verbal behavior that is intended to hurt someone. Aggression is commonly defined as behavior intended to harm another person and this harm can be either physical or psychological. Hardiness is a kind of ability to tolerate the things in unfavorable circumstances. The adolescents who have hardiness trait can manage their aggression. By keeping all these views in mind the present research was conducted on school going adolescents. This study was conducted on 100 male and 100 female adolescents. The results were analyzed by using different statistical tools. The results depicted that boys and girls (adoloscents) have same level of aggression and hardiness. Their views are not different on these variables. Hardiness and aggression are not related with each other.

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aggression, hardiness, adolescents, school and behavior.
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Authors

Renu Rathee
Department of Psychology, Dayanand College, Hisar, Haryana, India
Nirmala Kaushik
Department of Psychology, CMG, GCW, Bhodia Khera Fatehabad. Haryana, India

Abstract


In the present scenario of society the adolescents are facing many kinds of problems. Aggression is physical or verbal behavior that is intended to hurt someone. Aggression is commonly defined as behavior intended to harm another person and this harm can be either physical or psychological. Hardiness is a kind of ability to tolerate the things in unfavorable circumstances. The adolescents who have hardiness trait can manage their aggression. By keeping all these views in mind the present research was conducted on school going adolescents. This study was conducted on 100 male and 100 female adolescents. The results were analyzed by using different statistical tools. The results depicted that boys and girls (adoloscents) have same level of aggression and hardiness. Their views are not different on these variables. Hardiness and aggression are not related with each other.

Keywords


aggression, hardiness, adolescents, school and behavior.

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