Relationship of Gratitude and Emotional Intelligence with Happiness among Adolescents
Keywords:Happiness, Gratitude, Emotional Intelligence, Adolescents
AbstractThe present study investigates the relationship of happiness with gratitude and emotional intelligence among adolescents. A total of 100 school going students (50 males and 50 females) within the age group of 13-19 years participated in the study. The participants were assessed with the help of self-report questionnaire the scales employed were Oxford Happiness Questionnaire (Hills and Argyle ,2002), GQ-6 questionnaire (McCullough, Emmons & Tsang ,2002) and Emotional quotient test (Dr Dalip Singh & Dr NK Chadha). Different statistical tools like Descriptive statistics (mean, median, standard deviation), correlation and T-test were utilized to ascertain the outcomes. The analysis shows that there is a significant relationship of happiness with gratitude and emotional intelligence. Furthermore, it also revealed that there is also a significant relation between gratitude and emotional intelligence. However, no gender differences on happiness, gratitude and emotional intelligence among adolescents was found. At last, it would be concluded that the conduction of the survey and the calculated results of the participants has clearly stated that gratitude, happiness, emotions plays an immense significant role in an individual’s well-being. Happiness has been moved closer in positive brain research having main principles which involves happiness an overall assessment of life and every one of its features; a memory of previous energetic encounters; a gathering of various excited reactions transversely after some time.
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Gautmi Sharma. (2022). Relationship of Gratitude and Emotional Intelligence with Happiness among Adolescents. International Journal of Indian Psychȯlogy, 9(2). https://doi.org/10.25215/0902.151
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