IMPACT OF PARENTING STYLE, PEER PRESSURE AND EMOTIONAL MATURITY ON SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT OF NON-PROFESSIONAL COLLEGE STUDENTS
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J. Pradeep, G. Babu Rao
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An attempt was made in the present investigation to study the impact of parenting style, peer pressure and emotional maturity on scholastic achievement among non-professional college students. Sample of the present study consists of 160 non-professional college students in Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh State. The parenting style inventory developed by Darling (1997), Peer Pressure scale by Santor, Messervey and Kusumakar (2000), Emotional Maturity scale by Yashveer Singh and Mahesh Bargav (1990) and Scholastic Achievement (Verbal Reasoning and Numerical ability) by George K. Bennett, Herald G. Seashore & Alexander G. Wesman (1959) were administered. Results reveal significant impact of parenting style, peer pressure and emotional maturity on scholastic achievement among non-professional college students
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Unique Paper ID: 146571

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 1

Page(s): 224 - 228
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