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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2017, Vol. 4, Issue 3, Part F

Analysis of profile mood state of young adult college students studying teachers training courses bed and med


Author(s): Dr. Pintu Sil and Himanshu Kayal

Abstract: Introduction: Attending College can be a stressful time for many students. In addition to coping with academic pressure, some students have to deal with the stressful tasks of separation and individuation from their family of origin while some may have to attend to numerous work and family responsibilities. Some of they may have mental disorders. So therefore the mood state of the students might be different.
Purpose: Purpose of the study was to analyze the mood state of college male and female students and comparison between them.
Material and Methods: A total of 77 students were selected randomly from two different college of Kolkata among them 14 were male and 63 were female. The average ages of the students were 25.57 year (±3.87) for male and 25.21 years (±2.40) for girls. The students were from different socioeconomic status which was a limitation factor in this study. Mood states were the criterion measure in this study. POMS Mood State Questionnaire was used as tool in this study. Mean and standard deviation were used as descriptive statistics and t-test was used to judge the significance of differences between means in this study. Only 0.05 level of significance was considered in this study. All calculations were done by standard statistical software (Excel 2007).
Results: Result revealed that male students were superior in profile mood state of lively, active, alert, zest and vigor where as female students were in superior position in energetic and care free mood states than male counterpart. The mean score for total mood states was slightly higher than the female students. Statistical calculations indicated that except the active mood state (t=2.24), all the t-values computed in this study for different mood states were statistically insignificant (p>0.05).
Conclusion: From the above findings it was concluded that there was no significant difference in profile mood states between college male and female students except the active mood state in which male were significantly higher than female students


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Dr. Pintu Sil, Himanshu Kayal. Analysis of profile mood state of young adult college students studying teachers training courses bed and med. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2017;4(3):332-334.
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