Emotional incongruity in the interpersonal relationships of university students: a research report
This article reports on the emotional security of a sample group of university students based on analysis of survey findings from 2012. The broad purpose of the survey was to assist both teaching staff and students to understand the dynamic in interpersonal communications and the impact of communications on parties in the interaction. The survey instrument was a standardised psychological test for indicators of emotional stability and stress levels. It was implemented with a representative sample of one-hundred students across the third year of a bachelor programme in Pavlodar State University, Kazakhstan. The findings were analysed using four tools: Lyusher's method of color choices modified by Sobchik; Shmishek's method of determining tendency to stress; Bass-Darky's methodology of aggressiveness. Cattell’s personality questionnaire. «Statistics 0.6» was also used for correlational analysis.
Kolyukh, Olga and Kazhikenova, Gulnara
"Emotional incongruity in the interpersonal relationships of university students: a research report,"
1, Article 6.
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