Emotional maturity and adjustment of females in romantic relationship: A comparative study
Sruthikeerthy R., Ria Mary Jojo
Romantic relationships, young adults, females, emotional maturity, adjustment
The study was aimed to find whether romantic relationships influence the emotional maturity and adjustment of females. Method: The study was conducted on 60 females of age group 18-22, where 30 females were involved in a romantic relationship and the other 30 females were never involved in a romantic relationship. The tools used for the study were Emotional maturity scale by Singh and Bhargava and Adjustment Inventory for College Students by A.K.P. Singh and R.P. Sinha. Results: Females who are in a romantic relationship have higher social adjustment and personality integration, although overall emotional maturity did not significantly vary between groups. There were no significant differences on adjustment among the two groups. On correlational analysis, a positive correlation between emotional maturity and adjustment was observed.
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Unique Paper ID: 151394

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 12

Page(s): 562 - 566
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