Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Psychological well being


The Effect of Psychological Well Being on Academic Achievement of Arts and Science College Students in Virudhunagar District

K. Vijayalakshmi; Dr. Selvarani

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3531-3542

This study attempted to identify the factors that influence the academic
achievement of arts and science college students in virudhunagar district.Student’s
performance is measured by CGPA.Even they have other talents,CGPA is
considered for getting jobs.The researcher considerPsychological well being, self
efficacy and emotional intelligence affects academic achievement.If a studenthave
high score in Psychological well being,self efficacy and emotional intelligence
scores high CGPA.Regression analysis and factor analysis are done to identify
relationship between Independent Variables Psychological well being ,self efficacy
and emotional intelligence and dependent variable academic achievement .Among 
13 factorsonly 3 factors such as Factor1:self confidence , Factor 2:Energy,
Factor8:Empathy contributes academic achievement.

IMPACT OF ECONOMY IN RATIONAL THINKING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL BEING

Kesava Priya S; Keerthi Sasanka; K. Venkatesh; V. Vishnu Priya

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 883-888

An interdisciplinary investigation that interfaces with psychology and economics. It relates to individual behavior of mental health of a person. For every person the personal utility about rational thinking and authority of migration. The cyclic nature provides a good environment. During ice age they provide a coherent chain of reasoning and safeguard their race against nature. The aim of this review was to find the impact on the economy on rational thinking and psychological well being. A literature review will be carried out from scopus and pubmed databases from 2000 till date. The rational evolution and exponential discounting will be related to the evaluation which depends on the amount of delay and behaviour addiction which procrastinates the impulsive preference and immediate reward for hyperbolic discounting