Effect of Parent-Child Relationship on Mental Health of Adolescent Girls
The objective of the study was to find out the Effect of Parent-Child Relationship on Mental Health of Adolescent Girls.
Method:- Total 100 Adolescent Girls of Higher secondary schools of Raipur city were selected as subjects. All the subjects were randomly selected. First of all Scale of PCRS was administrated upon the sample. Data of PCRS was analyzed and categorized in two categories, i.e. Q1 and Q3, then Mental health inventory was administrated in both the above said groups. After collecting the data, t-test was applied to check difference in the scores of mental health of high scorer PCRS and low scorer PCRS adolescent girls. Karl Pearson product moment method was applied to check the correlation between Parent Child Relationship scores and mental health of both high and low scorer PCRS groups separately.
Conclusion:- The present study concludes that Relationship between parents and their adolescent girls directly affects the mental health of adolescent girls.
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