PERSONALITY ADJUSTMENT AND SELF CONCEPT OF VISUALLY IMPAIRED AND HEARING IMPAIRED COLLEGE GOING STUDENTS

Javeed Ahmad Puju, Dr. Mahmood Ahmad Khan

Abstract


The present investigation was carried out by the investigators to study personality adjustment and self concept of visually impaired and hearing impaired college going students and to compare them on their personality adjustment and self concept.  For the data collection the investigators have used  Bells adjustment Inventory and Sagar Sharms self concept inventory. For the data collection purposive sampling technique was used and was analyzed by some statistical techniques to reach the conclusion. Some of the major findings has been drawn from the present investigation such as there is no significant mean difference between visually impaired and hearing impaired students on their personality adjustment however significant mean difference as found between visually impaired and hearing impaired students on their self concept.

 


Keywords


Personality Adjustment, Self Concept, Visually Impaired, Hearing Impaired, college going students.

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