Effect of Emotional Exhaustion, Guilt, and Social Exclusion on Sleep Quality of Postgraduate Students
Aarushi Pandey
The study's objective was to examine how postgraduate students' sleep was affected by emotional exhaustion, guilt, and social exclusion. A convenience sampling design was used to choose a sample of 120 postgraduate students between the ages of 21 and 25—60 men and 60 women. The instruments utilized in this study were the Emotional Exhaustion Scale (EES), State Shame and Guilt Scale (SSGS), Social Exclusion Scale (SES), and Sleep Quality Scale (SQS). The statistical analysis used multiple regression analysis, independent samples t-test, and product moment (Pearson's r) correlation.The findings revealed moderately positive and substantial associations. between emotional exhaustion and sleep quality, guilt and sleep quality, social exclusion and sleep quality, emotional exhaustion and guilt, guilt and social exclusion, emotional exhaustion and social exclusion, and emotional exhaustion, guilt, and social exclusion and sleep quality among postgraduate students. Postgraduate students demonstrated no gender differences in emotional tiredness, guilt, social exclusion, or sleep quality.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

Page(s): 1249 - 1253
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