Perceived Parental Acceptance Rejection as a Predictor of Academic Achievement Motivation, Coping Abilities and Well Being Moderated Role of Emotional Intelligence and Personality Traits

Authors

  • Noreen Sultana
  • Rkhshanda
  • Kunza Aqdas Rabeasani

Keywords:

Parental acceptance, Parental Rejection, Wellbeing, Coping Strategies

Abstract

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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Published

2022-04-05

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Sultana, N. ., Rkhshanda, & Rabeasani, K. A. . (2022). Perceived Parental Acceptance Rejection as a Predictor of Academic Achievement Motivation, Coping Abilities and Well Being Moderated Role of Emotional Intelligence and Personality Traits. Zakariya Journal of Social Science, 1(1), 23–37. Retrieved from https://journals.airsd.org/index.php/zjss/article/view/45

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