The Role of Psychological Association between Well-Being and Human Behaviour

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Buddhaditya Padhi, Deepika HP, Lata Agarwal, Libin Babu, Brajaballav Kar, Shashank K. Atri


Background: Psychological Association between human behaviour and well-being is influenced by various cognitive processes, social factors and adaptive behaviour. By analysing these psychological associations, the paper aims to gain a deeper understanding of the complexities of human behaviour and psychological functioning. These associations can help identify patterns, predictors, and underlying mechanisms that contribute to well-being and shape individual differences.

Methodology: The study utilized a qualitative research design through selective sampling, & information was gathered via semi-structured interviews. In addition, the data was subjected to thematic analysis in order to identify and extract the main themes.

Aim: The objective of this analysis was to examine the relationship among psychological well-being and human behaviour from the perspectives of individuals.

Scope of Study: The analysis concentrated on the experiences & outlooks of a short sample of people. Hence, the discoveries might not be relevant to other populations. The study also did not explore the relationship between psychological well-being and specific behaviours or mental health disorders.

Conclusion: The analysis found a complex relation between psychological well-being and human behaviour. Personal values, social support, coping mechanisms, and societal norms were identified as factors that influence this relationship.

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Shashank K. Atri, B. P. D. H. L. A. L. B. B. K. (2023). The Role of Psychological Association between Well-Being and Human Behaviour. Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversities, 6(8s), 96–100. Retrieved from