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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 3458-3464


Impact of Anxiety on Self-esteem, Self-concept and Academic Achievement among Adolescent

Dawood Nawaz, Nazia Jahangir, Dr. Umbreen Khizar, Hashmoonah John, Zainab Ilyas.

Abstract
The aim of conducting this study was to examine the moderating role of anxiety with the relationship between self-esteem, self-concept and academic achievement among adolescent. This study has employed quantitative research technique to conduct the study. The sample was consisted of 520 students from the public university; The Islamia University of Bahawalpur (IUB), Pakistan and the random sampling technique was used to collect the data. For data collection, three instruments were used; Rosenberg (1965) self-esteem scale consisted on 10 items, self-concept clarity scale developed by Campbell et al. (1996) included 12 items, and the Beck Anxiety Inventory developed by Beck et al. (1988) consisted on 21 items. The results of this study showed that there is a positive relationship between self-esteem, self-concept and anxiety among adolescents. The results also showed the impact of anxiety on relation between selfesteem and academic achievement. The results further indicated that there is a significant impact of anxiety on relation between self-concept and academic achievement and there is no significant difference in both male and female on anxiety. However, self-esteem is high in females as compared to males.

Key words: anxiety, academic achievement, self-esteem, self-concept, adolescent






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