“A study to assess the level of anger and irrational beliefs among adolescent students with a view of behaviour modification in selected government higher secondary schools at Puducherry”

“Anger” is defined as a “feeling of displeasure resulting from injury, mistreatment, opposition, etc., and usually showing itself in a desire to fight back at the supposed cause of this feeling”. A Quantitative Research approach was adopted for this present study. This study adopted descriptive research design. The study setting selected government higher secondary schools, Puducherry. Population includes all adolescents students studying at selected schools, Puducherry. Sample size consists of 60. The study finding shows that (18.3%) had no anger, (16.7%) had mild anger, (36.7%) had moderate anger, (28.3%) had severe anger.The study findings regarding the level of irrational beliefs among adolescents shows that (15.0%) had no irrational beliefs, (20.0%) had mild irrational beliefs, (30.0%) had moderate irrational beliefs, (35.0%) had severe irrational beliefs.

Chandru, J. and Dr. Danasu, R.
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