Study of adjustment among adolescents in relation to spiritual intelligence
Dr. Sarvjeet Kaur Brar
A study to evaluate the relationship between the adjustment and spiritual intelligence among the adolescents was conducted on a sample of 300 students in various colleges of Ludhiana district, Panjab, India. Normative survey method was used in the present study. Two valid and reliable instruments Adjustment Inventory by Dr. Penny Jain (1990) and Spiritual Intelligence Scale by Santosh Dhar and Upinder Dhar (2010) were used to assess student's spiritual intelligence and adjustment. For the analysis of data, the descriptive statistics like mean, standard deviation, correlation and ‘t’-test was employed. Test of significance for adjustment and spiritual intelligence was studied with respect to gender and locale. No significant difference was found in spiritual intelligence, whereas a significant difference was found in adjustment of adolescents with respect to gender. The results of Correlation analysis disclosed the significant positive relationship between adjustment and spiritual intelligence among adolescents.