Browsing by Author "Varma, Parvathy"
Determinants and Impacts of Internet Addiction on Well-being and Educational Adjustment of University Students Varma, Parvathy; Polthep Poonpol; Uree Cheasakul (Assumption University, 2017-07-18)
The present research aimed to investigate the determinants and impacts on internet addiction on wellbeing and educational adjustment of Thai University students. The major purposes of this current study were (1) to establish the psychometric properties of the Thai translated questionnaires of parenting styles, self-regulation, educational adjustment and psychological well being in Thai settings; (2) to investigate the direct and indirect influences of parenting styles (authoritarian, ...
The effect of parental emotional stability among Indian adolescent's psychosocial adjustment in Kerala, India Joseph, Sindhu; Varma, Parvathy (Assumption University Press, 2017)
In India, the emotional stability of the parents has become an increasingly serious societal issue but unfortunately, it is not given importance within the Indian context. To help address this problem, the present study attempted to investigate the influence of perceived parental emotional stability on adolescents’ psychosocial adjustment being mediated by parental bond, family relationship, and parental self-efficacy. The results of the study found that the higher the participants’ perception of their parental emotional stability, the more ...
Factors influencing the psychological well-being of street venodrs in HPA-An township, Karen State, Myanmar: a path analytic study Aye, Nan She Lar; Varma, Parvathy (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2016)
The present study examined the factors that influence the psychological well-being among street vendors in and around the public markets of Hpa-an township, Karen State, Myanmar. A total of 190 female participants who make a living as street vendors in the local markets were obtained by convenience sampling method. The findings of this study revealed that the vendors reported having average levels family functioning, social support, stress, and psychological well-being, used average levels of coping styles. The results showed that the vendors' ...
The impact of video game addiction on depression, anxiety, and stress among Thai adolescents, mediated by self-regulation and social support Warin Rujataronjai; Varma, Parvathy (Assumption University Press, 2016)
The primary purpose of this study was to examine the direct and indirect influences of video game addiction on Thai adolescents' levels of depression, anxiety, and stress, being mediated by self-regulation and social support. A total of 200 Thai adolescents (aged between 18 and 20 years) participated in this study by filling in a self-administered survey questionnaire designed to measure the study's primary variables (video game addiction, depression, anxiety, stress, self-regulation, and social support). Results from the path analysis showed ...
The Influence of Game Addiction and Internet Addiction among University Students on Depression Stress and Anxiety Mediated by Self-regulation and Social Support Varma, Parvathy (2015-10)
The present study investigated the direct and indirect influences of Internet and online game addiction on the levels of depression, anxiety, and stress mediated by self-regulation and social support among students of a private university in Thailand. The study’s sample consisted of 380 students of whom (218 females and 162 males) from a private university. Results from the path analysis indicated that the respondents’ level of game addiction and internet addiction had both direct and indirect influences on their levels of depression, anxiety, ...
INFLUENCE OF GENDER ROLE ATTITUDE, QUALITY OF ALTERNATIVES, INVESTMENT SIZE, AND COMMITMENT ON MARITAL SATISFACTION BETWEEN THAI WOMEN WHO MARRIED THAI MEN AND THAI WOMEN WHO MARRIED FOREIGN MEN Napont Suntornkanit; Varma, Parvathy (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2017)
Gender role attitude, quality of alternatives, investment size, commitment, and marital satisfaction were measured and compared between Thai women who married Thai men and Thai women who married foreign men. Direct and indirect influences of gender role attitude, quality of alternatives, investment size, and commitment on marital satisfaction were also analyzed. The sample consisted of 200 respondents (N=200), of whom 100 were Thai women who married Thai men (50%) and 100 were Thai women who married foreign men (50%). The mean age of respondents ...
THE INFLUENCE OF PERSONALITY (EXTRAVERSION AND NEUROTICISM) ON BODY IMAGE, MEDIATED BY CELEBRITY WORSHIP, AMONG THAI FEMALE ADOLESCENTS IN BANGKOK Narula, Navneet; Varma, Parvathy (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2017)
The purpose of the current investigation was to examine the direct and indirect influences of the two dimensions of personality (extraversion and neuroticism) on body image, being mediated by celebrity worship, among adolescents in Bangkok. A total of 250 female adolescents were recruited from various locations/sites in Metropolitan Bangkok through convenience sampling. The participation involved the filling in of a set of Thai-translated questionnaires. The scales used were Celebrity Attitude Scale (CAS), The Eysenck Personality Questionnaire ...
INFLUENCES OF TEMPERAMENT TYPES ON UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ WELL-BEING, ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND COLLEGE ADJUSTMENT Embalzado, Henzel Tagalog; Varma, Parvathy (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2017)
The purpose of this present study was to investigate the influence of the temperament types toward university students’ well-being, academic performance and college adjustment. Temperament types are basic dimensions of personality that are fundamentally based on biology and genetics. Its biological foundation posits that temperamental traits are relatively stable, consistent across cultures and situations, and evident throughout the lifespan. The marked individual differences are due to the developmental processes—a byproduct of maturation, ...
Varma, Parvathy (Assumption University, c2008)
The relationship between parental mediation and Facebook victimization and in-person victimization, both directly and indirectly being mediated by the intensity of Facebook use by middle school students in an International School in Bangkok, Thailand Saunders, Claudia; Varma, Parvathy (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2016)
The primary purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between parental mediation and victimization that occurs from being bullied on Facebook, and victimization from bulling in-person, both directly and indirectly being mediated by the intensity of Facebook use. Also examined in the study was the overall difference in frequencies from victimization on Facebook and victimization which occurs from bullying in-person, amongst middle school students at an International school in Bangkok, Thailand. All students who participated in ...