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JIAAP July 2022
Achievement Motivation as a Predictor of Psychological Well-being amongst Working Women
Soumya Sharma and R.K. Sokhi
The present research examines the role of achievement motivation in determining psychological wellbeing of working women across different professional sectors viz. Public, Private and Teaching. For the purpose of the present research study a sample of 360 working women across two age groups viz. 25-40 years and >40 years and equally distributed across the three professional sectors. The instruments used for data collection were: Demographic Information Questionnaire, Psychological wellbeing scale, and Achievement Motivation Scale. Data was analyzed using descriptive statistics, ANOVA, and Multiple Regression. The findings of the research study revealed that achievement motivation significantly and negatively predicted psychological well-being of public and teaching women professionals.