Aggression, Resilience and Psychological Wellbeing among Transgender

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Afsana K.B., Dr. Mohammad Amin Wani


Objective: The present study has been undertaken to understand the impact of resilience, and aggression on the psychological well-being of transgender. Methodology: For the aforementioned purpose, the data was collected from 200 respondents selected through the purposive sampling technique. For measurement Buss-Perry Aggression Questionnaire (BPAQ), Psychological Resilience Scale by Rizwan Hassan Bhat and Mohd Khan and Ryff’s Psychological Well-being Scale (PWB) by Carol. D. Ryff were used in the study. Resilience and aggression were taken as the independent variable and psychological wellbeing as the dependent variable. Further age, occupation and family background as a demographic variables. The obtained primary data was statistically analysed through SPSS. Result: the examination unveiled that there is no significant mean difference in aggression with respect to occupation and family background. However, It is found that respondents significantly differ in aggression with respect to age. Further, respondents did not significantly differ inresilience and psychological wellbeing with respect to age, Occupation and family background respectively.The finding also shows that there exists a negative correlation between aggression, resilience and psychological wellbeing. Additionally, Psychological wellbeing has a 7% impact on aggression. However, it found that 3% of the impact of psychological well-being on resilience. Conclusion: From the results, it can be said thatpsychological well-being is effective andhelps reducethe level of Aggression oftransgenders. However psychological well-being can improve by increasing the level of resilience.

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