Volume : 8, Issue : 3, MAR 2022




Human beings experience brief subjective responses called emotions as feelings such as joy, sadness, fear, or anger. Emotions have been studied in several scientific disciplines — e.g., biology, psychology, neuroscience, psychiatry, anthropology, and sociology — as well as in business management, advertising, and communications. As a result, distinctive perspectives on emotion have emerged, appropriate to the complexity and variety of the emotions themselves. In the present study researchers used emotion variable in the field of education and emerged with new terminology i.e. metaemotions which means to know about owns and others emotions. The purpose of the study was to examine the impact of metaemotional strategies on the psychological wellbeing and educational aspirations of the adolescents who are studying in 11th grade having commerce and arts background .190 students were taken as a sample from two Govt. senior secondary schools of Chandigarh by using stratified sampling .The sample was divided into two groups equally ,one in experimental group and other group was control group, Experimental group was administered with the metaemotional strategies ,whereas control group was not provided with any treatment . The result was found that psychological wellbeing and educational aspirations of the subjects of experimental group was improved drastically in comparison to pre and post test,.


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