Comparative study of Adjustment and related factors between Deprived and Non-Deprived person with reference to socio-economic status


  • Rakhi Kumari Research Scholar, University Department of Psychology, BNMU Madhepura (Bihar)
  • Dr. Anand Kr. Singh Assistant Professor, University Department of Psychology, BNMU Madhepura (Bihar)



Deprived Person, Non-Deprived Person, Adjustment, Impact


Present study was conduct to investigate the difference between deprived and non-deprived person in the context of adjustment. Purposes for the study 200 samples were collected randomly from Mathahi in Madhepura District of Bihar. Out of this sample 100 taken deprived and 100 taken Non-Deprived persons. For measure adjustment level between both groups “Bell’s Adjustment Inventory (BAI) adopted by Mohsin-Shamshad” was used. Result reveals that the deprived group has score higher than non-deprived group. The difference between two groups is not significant. So, it is clear that adjustment score doesn’t have any significant impact on different groups.


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How to Cite

Kumari, R., & Singh, A. K. . (2023). Comparative study of Adjustment and related factors between Deprived and Non-Deprived person with reference to socio-economic status. RESEARCH REVIEW International Journal of Multidisciplinary, 8(4), 126–129.