Decision and Gender issue – A correlation study
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Stress and strain are the common symptoms of the adolescence period. Naturally, their lives are full of emotion and they cannot consider all the possible alternatives to be taken as their decision making. Behavioral states and emotional attitudes always obstruct adolescent learners to take proper decision at the right time. The investigator in this study has analyzed the responses of adolescent learners from rural schools for their irresolution in decision making based on various emotional changes. The study concludes that emotion largely affects the decision-making capacity of adolescent learners’, especially female learners.