Perceived Parental Acceptance Rejection as a Predictor of Academic Achievement Motivation, Coping Abilities and Well Being Moderated Role of Emotional Intelligence and Personality Traits
Keywords:Parental acceptance, Parental Rejection, Wellbeing, Coping Strategies
The current study was to validate the perceived parental acceptance rejection as a predictor of academic success motivation, coping abilities, and well-being regulated role of emotional intelligence and personality characteristics among adolescent government schools in Sargodha, Pakistan. The data was collected using the purposive sampling approach. The constructs of research were measured using pre-created scales. Correlation research revealed that Perceived Parental Acceptance has a positive association with Academic Achievement, wellness, and coping methods, indicating that pupils in the school are more likely to succeed. Linear Regression analysis revealed that parental acceptance had a substantial influence on academic accomplishment motivation, coping abilities, and well-being, which mitigated the role of emotional intelligence and personality factors. Modal 2 and 3 demonstrated that emotional intelligence has increased.
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