2016, Vol. 3, Issue 4, Part A
Comparison of self-concept, stress and social adjustment between physical education and non-physical education studentsAuthor(s):
The current research study surveyed student physical and non physical regarding their own perceptions of stress, self concept and social adjustment. Results are likely to have important implications and attempting to facilitate personal growth through the participation in sports and other activities. Knowing factors which can help lessen symptoms of negative stress and increase self concept can facilitate mental health professionals in learning new ways to not only improve mental health, but it can also have secondary advantages of improving academic performance and overall social and emotional well being. The importance of studying the self concept, stress and self adjustment of students are because these are the most important attribute and the key to understanding the behavior of an individual. The problem of self has come into the forefront in psychology in the recent years. It is more so due to the realization of the need for an integrating concept to deal with individuals experience and behavior. The goal of the current research study is to learn more about how self concept, stress social adjustment play a role in the lives of physical and non physical education students.Pages: 30-31 | 1252 Views 41 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Kulwinder Singh. Comparison of self-concept, stress and social adjustment between physical education and non-physical education students. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2016;3(4):30-31.