The present study aimed to examine the impact of attitude towards negative news on psychological disorder. The study was conducted in three universities of District Dera Ismail Khan (D.I.K), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Survey research approach applied while conducting this study. A sample 336 students were selected through stratified sampling method. A self-developed questionnaire was used for data collection. Content validity was measured by using Content Vladity Ratio (CVR) whereas reliability was estimated though Cronbach’s Alpha. Linear regression was applied for data analysis. The findings of the study depicts that negative news has significantly impact on the psychological disorder (physical stress, frustration and depression). The study recommended that media may avoid telecast the negative news frequently.
Media, Negative News, Psychological Disorder
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