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International Journal of Psychology Research

Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A (2021)

The influence of parents, peer relationships and happiness on adolescents coping with problem experiences

Author(s):

Pravakar Duari, Ratnakar Mohapatra

Abstract:
It is considered that parents and peer relationships, rating of self - perception and that of the environment, and happiness usually have an impact on adolescents’ coping with problem experiences. The aim of the present study is to assess how certain external factors such as relationships with parents and peers and certain internal factors like one’s perception of self and of the environment and happiness in an adolescent’s life influence his coping styles. The study also aims at bringing out differences in gender. The independent variables in this study include adolescents’ relationship with parents, with peers, self – rating of self and environment, happiness and gender. Juvenile adapting direction for issue encounters is the reliant variable. The example included 200 early young adult young men and young ladies from two English medium co-instructive schools in Bhadrak, Odisha. Sexual orientation was similarly addressed in the example .The age of the example went from 13 years to 15 years. The apparatuses utilized for this investigation are Family, Friends and Self Form (FFS), Adolescents' Coping Orientation for Problem Experiences (A-Cope), and Oxford Happiness Questionnaire. Understudy's t – test and Pearson's Product Moment Correlation were utilized to dissect the information. Juvenile adapting direction for issue encounters is the reliant variable. The example included 200 early young adult young men and young ladies from two English medium co-instructive schools in Bhadrak, Odisha. Sexual orientation was similarly addressed in the example. The age of the example went from 13 years to 15 years. The apparatuses utilized for this investigation are Family, Friends and Self Form (FFS), Adolescents' Coping Orientation for Problem Experiences (A-Cope), and Oxford Happiness Questionnaire. Understudy's t-test and Pearson's Product Moment Correlation were utilized to dissect the information.

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International Journal of Psychology Research
How to cite this article:
Pravakar Duari, Ratnakar Mohapatra. The influence of parents, peer relationships and happiness on adolescents coping with problem experiences. Int. J. Psychol. Res. 2021;3(1):17-21. DOI: 10.33545/26648903.2021.v3.i1a.29