A study of emotional maturity of higher secondary students
A.C. Lal Kumar
Emotional maturity is the result of healthy emotional development. The term Emotional maturity essentially involves emotional control. According to this view, the emotionally mature person is able to hide his feelings such a person is not subject to swings in mood and can suffer in silence. When he does express emotion, he does so with moderation, decently and in good order. The study attempts to highlight the emotional maturity among the higher secondary students of Vellore District in the state of Tamil nadu. The descriptive survey method was employed for the present study. A random sampling technique was used for selection of sample. The sample consisted of 300 higher secondary students of government, private and aided. . The data was organized and statistically analysed by using Mean, SD, 't' test and 'F' test. In course of this analysis it was found that there was significant difference in emotional maturity among higher secondary students in respect of their locality of school.