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Vol. 12, Special Issue 7 (2023)

Cognitive fluidity and happiness among young adults

Author(s):
Nirvikar Shahi, Dr. Gaytri Tiwari and Dr. Sneha Jain
Abstract:
This study focused on the importance of cognitive fluidity and its relationship with happiness among young adults in an era of rapid global changes and digitalization. The research involved 120 young adults aged 25 to 30, representing different family structures. Using self-prepared scales, their cognitive fluidity and happiness levels were assessed. The findings revealed that most young adults had a moderate level of cognitive fluidity and reported higher levels of happiness. Notably, gender and family type influenced cognitive fluidity and happiness levels among male participants but not among females. However, no significant association was found between cognitive fluidity and happiness based on gender and family type. The study underscores the significance of cognitive fluidity in adapting to a diverse and evolving world, contributing to overall well-being and happiness in early adulthood. As technology continues to shape perspectives, cultivating cognitive fluidity becomes vital in navigating a world with varied viewpoints and potential positive and negative societal outcomes.
Pages: 2223-2227  |  192 Views  114 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Nirvikar Shahi, Dr. Gaytri Tiwari and Dr. Sneha Jain. Cognitive fluidity and happiness among young adults. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 2223-2227.

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