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RMJ. 2020; 45(1): 132-135


Determinants of psychological adjustment: An analysis of newly wed females

Iram Naz, Isma Zameer, Razia Anjum.

Abstract
Objective: To investigate the determinants of psychological adjustments in newly wed females.
Methodology: This cross sectional study was carried out at Department of Psychology, University of Gujrat from October 15, 2018 to May 25, 2019. Among the newly wed female’s social isolation and communication was considered as the determinants of psychological adjustment. The constructs were measured using University of California, Los Angeles scale, self-perceived communication competency scale and Scale of Adjustment for Adults. For data analysis, regression and neural network analysis were employed
Results: Among 200 newly wed females, social isolation and communication were the significant determinants of psychological adjustment [R2=.064; F (2,197) =6.768, p<.01]. Further, the neural network analysis indicated that the relative importance of social isolation and communication in predicting psychological adjustment in newly wed females was 0.539 and .461, respectively which indicates that social isolation plays more vital role as compared to communication.
Conclusion: More social isolation and communication deficit was the determinant of problems of psychological adjustment of newly wed females. Further, social isolation plays more important role in affecting psychological adjustment as compared to communication.

Key words: Psychological Adjustment, Regression, Self-Perceived Communication, Social Isolation, newly wed.


 
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