Comparison of Psychological Well-Being and Self Concept of Infertile and Pregnant Women

Minchekar Vikas S
2018 Psychology and Behavioral Science International Journal  
The present study aims to investigate the level of self-concept and subjective well-being of married pregnant and infertile women aged between 20-30 years were selected using purposive sampling technique. The sample consists of 40 married pregnant and 40 married infertile women of Sangli City of Western Maharashtra and Hubli city of North Karnataka. The data was computed using Mean, SD, 't'-test and Pearson's coefficient of correlation. The result reveals a significantly high self-concept in
more » ... gnant women. No significant difference in the level of subjective well-being was found in pregnant and infertile women. Further, no significant relation was found between the self-concept and subjective wellbeing of pregnant and infertile women.
doi:10.19080/pbsij.2018.09.555786 fatcat:ufh6kbljkre65dtntmncnoklja