The Role of Perceived Social Support in Self Esteem and-Resilience among Young Adults


  • Aditi Sethi Student of Masters in Clinical Psychology, Amity university Noida., India



Psychology, mental health, social support, family, self-esteem, self-worth, life satisfaction


The aim to conduct this research is to know the Role of perceived social support in self-esteem and resilience among young adults and whether there is any gender difference in this case or not. The result analysed total of 100 (n=100) number of participants (50 females and 50 males), Indians by nationality and between the age range (18-26) years. For data collection, tools used were Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support, Rosenberg self-esteem scale and Nicholson McBride Resilience Questionnaire (NMRQ). The quantitative analysis was done using t test and Pearson’s product-moment correlation. The result postulated that Perceived Social support plays a positive role and have a positive relationship with Self-esteem and Resilience. The higher the perceived social support, more will be the self-esteem of a person and has much more abilities to cope with problems in faster pace, than in individuals with less perceived social support. There are no significant gender differences found among them. Also, Perceived Social support has a positive correlation with self-esteem and resilience among young adults.


Metrics Loading ...



How to Cite

Aditi Sethi. (2022). The Role of Perceived Social Support in Self Esteem and-Resilience among Young Adults. International Journal of Indian Psychȯlogy, 11(1).