A Study of Anger Cognition in Nepal

17 Pages Posted: 9 Feb 2023

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Dess Mardan Basnet

Nepal Open University

Murari Prasad Regmi

Tribhuvan University

Matt Perelstein

EQ4Peace Worldwide, Inc.

Robert Ingram

EQ4Peace Worldwide, Inc.

Dr. Antigonos

University of Bedfordshire

Date Written: 2022

Abstract

Anger is a strong human emotion that can often become dysfunctional leading to aggression and conflict in human relationships. The aim of the present paper is to evaluate the effectiveness of an intervention developed by Van Leuven and colleagues using an anger scale developed by the same author. This will be initiated with a literature review concerning anger and anger cognition, followed by the results of the Life Without Anger (LWA) educational curriculum presented to 7th grade students throughout various schools in Nepal. It is believed by the authors that targeted education regarding anger cognition will have a positive outcome on students who participate in the curriculum.

Keywords: life without anger, school children, Nepal

Suggested Citation

Basnet, Dess Mardan and Regmi, Murari Prasad and Perelstein, Matt and Ingram, Robert and Sochos, Antigonos, A Study of Anger Cognition in Nepal ( 2022). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4347723 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4347723

Dess Mardan Basnet (Contact Author)

Nepal Open University ( email )

Manbhawan, Jawalakhel, Lalitpur
Lalitpur, 09771
Nepal

Murari Prasad Regmi

Tribhuvan University ( email )

Kirtipur
Kathmandu, Bagmati 44600
Nepal

Matt Perelstein

EQ4Peace Worldwide, Inc. ( email )

Robert Ingram

EQ4Peace Worldwide, Inc. ( email )

Antigonos Sochos

University of Bedfordshire ( email )

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