Relationship between family status, sports and emotional quotient among secondary school students

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อภิสรา โสมทัศน์
ธีรชัย นิลรัตน์คำ
ลลิตวดี คำตุ้ย
วรรษา บุตรน้ำเพชร
ศิรประภา ฮาดสม
ภัทธกร บุบผัน
อ้อมใจ แต้เจริญวิริยะกุล


Aim of this research was to study the relationship between family status, sports activities and emotional quotient of secondary school students. The samples were 208 secondary students (grade 4-6) in Christasongkoh school, Nakhonnayok Province. Questionnaire of the Department of Mental Health, Ministry of Public Health was applied to collect data by teachers who were familiar with the children for more than 6 months. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and Chi-square test.

The study revealed that family status was not, whereas sport activities was significantly correlated with emotional quotient (p <0.05).

It is suggested that sports can increase the level of emotional quotient in students. The fact that family status did not affect emotional quotient may be due to other, not known factors.


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โสมทัศน์อ., นิลรัตน์คำธ., คำตุ้ยล., บุตรน้ำเพชรว., ฮาดสมศ., บุบผันภ., & แต้เจริญวิริยะกุลอ. (2019). Relationship between family status, sports and emotional quotient among secondary school students. JOURNAL OF HEALTH SCIENCE RESEARCH, 13(1), 126-135. Retrieved from
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