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International Journal of Psychology Research

Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A (2020)

A correlation study on resilience and interpersonal relationship

Author(s):

Dr. Meenakshi

Abstract:

Every meaningful interpersonal alternate includes a measure of real connection. That sense of understanding fuels our capacity to be resilient and to feel engaged with our opposite numbers. After all, whilst we talk approximately resilience within the interpersonal realm, communication topics. It’s the only manner that relationships start and exist among humans, as collections of moments that occur via communication (verbal and nonverbal) no matter the venture at hand or the character of the relationship. The primary goal of the current study is to examine the relationship between resilience and interpersonal relationship among youth. For this purpose, a sample of 100 adult participants belonging to age group 18-24 years was taken from Delhi NCR region. Data was analysed by using Pearson correlation. Following questionnaire were used for collecting the data i.e., ISEL (Interpersonal Support Evaluation List) developed Cohen and Hoberman (1983) and BRS (Brief Resilience Scale) was developed by Smith et al., (2008). The findings of the study revealed that there is a positive correlation between resilience and interpersonal relationship among youth.

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International Journal of Psychology Research
How to cite this article:
Dr. Meenakshi. A correlation study on resilience and interpersonal relationship. Int. J. Psychol. Res. 2020;2(1):18-21. DOI: 10.33545/26648903.2020.v2.i1a.39