Article : A Study Of The Dimensions Of Academic Delay Of Gratification Scale With Respect To Gender Difference In Secondary School Students

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A Study Of The Dimensions Of Academic Delay Of Gratification Scale With Respect To Gender Difference In Secondary School Students

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Rajib Chakraborty

The present study is an attempt to understand the role of gender difference while delaying academic gratifications, in secondary school students. For this purpose, comparisons of the students’ scores of dimensions in academic delay of gratification were carried out. Samples for the study includes 50 urban students  (30 boys and 20 girls ) of classes VIII and IX of  secondary school in New Nagole of Hyderabad city, Telangana, India. Academic delay of gratification construct is measured by collecting data using Academic Delay of Gratification Scale (ADOGS) for college students prepared by Hefer Bembenutty (1997). For data analysis, measures like mean, standard deviation are used. The significance of the test is calculated using t-test for the level of significance α at 0.05 in SPSS Ver. 20. The findings of the study reveal no differences between the genders in the measured dimensions of academic delay of gratification.  

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