Effect of life skills training on fear of negative evaluation and self-image among school adolescents

Sreehari R., Juble Varghese, Joseph Thomas R.

Abstract


Fear of Negative Evaluation and issues with self-image could be two potential threats to school adolescents. A great
deal of research has described associations between fears of negative evaluation self-image among adolescents
which will, in turn, affect the psychosocial development of adolescents. From the extensive review of the literature,
it can be concluded that life skills training is an effective tool to deal with a range of adolescent's issues. The main
objective of this study is to assess the effect of life skill training on fear of negative evaluation and self-image among
school adolescents. The current study is a quasi-experimental study conducted among 47 school adolescents who
score low in self-esteem scale. The study indicates that life skills training were very effective in dealing with the fear
of negative evaluation and self-image.

Keywords


life skills training, fear of negative evaluation, self-image, school adolescents

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15614/ijpp.v9i01.11771

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