Comparison of Self-Esteem and Quality of Life among Epileptics and Non-Epileptics in Peshawar
The current study aim was to investigate the impact of epilepsy on self –esteem, and quality of life among epileptics and non- epileptics. A sample of (N=200) participants was included in the study which consisted (n=100) were epileptics and (n=100) were non-epileptics. The sample was selected from different hospitals and institute of Peshawar. For the assessment of self-esteem, and quality of life different questioners were used such as self- esteem scale (Rosenberg, 1965),and Brief quality of life scale (Frykhedan et al., 2015). Independent Sample T-test was run through data for analysis and hypothesis testing. It was supposed that self- esteem and Quality of life will be low among epileptics as compared to non- epileptics. Result of the study indicated that epileptics have low self- esteem and low quality of life as compared to non -epileptics. So it is concluded from the present study that epileptic patients has low self- esteem and quality of life.
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