Resilience, emotion regulation, peer relationship, humor and body-esteem in Indian college students
resilience, emotion regulation, peer relationship, humor, body-esteem
The aims of the present study were (1) to explore sex-related differences and (2) to estimate the associations between resilience, emotion regulation, peer relationship, humor, and body-esteem. A sample of Indian college students (N = 1000) took part in this study. They responded to the Hindi versions of the resilience scale, emotion regulation questionnaire for children and adolescents, peer relationship scale, humor style questionnaire, and body-esteem scale. Results indicated that men obtained higher mean scores on resilience, peer relationship, humor, and body-esteem than women. All the correlations between the variables were statistically significant and positive. It was concluded that those who consider themselves as resilient experienced greater emotion regulation, body-esteem, humor, and peer relationship.
Singh, Shweta and Singh, Ajai Pratap
"RESILIENCE, EMOTION REGULATION, PEER RELATIONSHIP, HUMOR AND BODY-ESTEEM IN INDIAN COLLEGE STUDENTS,"
BAU Journal - Society, Culture and Human Behavior: Vol. 2
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.bau.edu.lb/schbjournal/vol2/iss2/6