Relationship between Inferiority complex and Frustration in Adolescents

@article{Kenchappanavar2012RelationshipBI,
  title={Relationship between Inferiority complex and Frustration in Adolescents},
  author={R. N. Kenchappanavar},
  journal={IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={1-5}
}
The present study is an attempt to investigate the relationship between Inferiority complex and Frustration in adolescents. It was conjectured that Inferiority complex in adolescents is positively correlated with Frustration resulting in reactions of Aggression, Resignation, Fixation and Regression . The sample comprised of 100 pre-University college students in the age range of 16-18. The results revealed that Inferiority complex correlated significantly with Frustration. The correlation was… Expand

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