by Sona Ahuja
Article published in Indian Journal of Applied Research.
Volume IV, Issue VI, June 2014.
The present study aimed at determining the intercorrelations among physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social and self-consciousness. The study was conducted on 135 students pursuing teacher education program. Consciousness Quotient Inventory (beta version) was used to collect the required data.
SPSS 16.0 was used to analyze the bivariate correlation between the selected variables. The findings reveal that there exists a significant correlation between most of the dimensions of consciousness with the exception of physical and mental, physical and self, physical and spiritual, emotional and spiritual consciousness. The correlation between these pairs is insignificant. The strongest correlation was found between self and spiritual consciousness.
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