World Journal of
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V. Valarmathi, Msc(N)*, Dr. M. Thirunavukarasu, MD, DPM, Dr. PreethiKrishnan, MPhil, PhD, R.
Thilagavathi, MPhil (Biostat.)


Every adolescent needs a caring and conducive environment to grow in to a potentially healthy human being in every perspective. Family, neighborhood, school and the society altogether play a vital role in contributing to the maximum growth and development of an individual. Healthy adulthood depends upon successful resolution of the emotional and behavioral problems. The aim of this pilot study to assess the prevalence of emotional and behavioral problems and its relationship with psychosocial stressors of school going adolescents the study conducted at Govt. Higher secondary school for boys and girls at Guduvancheri in Kanchipuram District, Chennai. Quantitative explorative - analytical survey design was used. The data was collected from 8th to 12th standard students’ age between 13-17 years. The stratified random sampling technique was used to collect data from 100 samples with CBCL YSR 11-18year and adolescent life event stressors scale (ALESS)-40 items. The result revealed that in comparing the CBCL score between the male and female adolescents having significant difference in rule breaking behaviour p<0.003 and thought problems p<0.001. Karl Pearson correlation analysis revealed that positive relationship between Life event stressors and emotional and behavioural problems.

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