Financial stability, intellectual intimacy and emotional maturity of newlywed couples of Dasmari�as, Cavite / by Louise Anne G. Catindig, Cherish Mae A. Mendoza and Myco M. Mojica.

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Abstract: CATINDIG, LOUISE ANNE G., MENDOZA, MOJICA, MYCO M. Financial Stability, Intellectual Intimacy and Emotional Maturity of Newlywed Couples of Dasmarinas City, Cavite. Undergraduate Thesis. Bachelor of Science m Psychology. Cavite State University. May 2017. Thesis Adviser: Ms. Mary Joyce B. Eyaya. The study was conducted in order to determine the Financial Stability, Intellectual Intimacy and Emotional Maturity of Newlywed Couples of Dasmarinas City, Cavite. The study specifically aimed to: (l) determine the demographic profile of the participants in terms of age, number of children and employment; (2) determine the financial stability level of the participants; (3) determine the intellectual intimacy level of the participants; (4) determine the emotional maturity level of the participants; (5) determine the significant difference of the participants in terms of financial stability, intellectual intimacy and emotional maturity; and lastly, (6) determine the significant relationship of the participants in terms of financial stability and intellectual intimacy, financial stability and emotional maturity, intellectual intimacy and emotional maturity The study used a comparative correlational type of research in order to discover if there is significant difference and relationship between financial stability, intellectual intimacy, and emotional maturity of the participants. The researchers used purposive sampling to come up with 134 participants-67 husbands and 67 wives from Dasmarinas City, Cavite. In order for the researchers to answer the given problems, statistical analysis was used. Mean, frequency and percentage were used for the participants' demographic financial stability, intellectual intimacy and emotional maturity of newlywed couples, mean and standard deviation were utilized. In finding the difference between the financial stability, intellectual intimacy and emotional maturity of newlywed couples mean, standard deviation and t-test was used. The researchers utilized Pearson R correlation coefficient to determine if there is significant relationship between the participants' financial stability, intellectual intimacy, and emotional maturity. The husbands and wives have a high level of financial stability and has a very high level of intellectual intimacy and emotional maturity. There is significant relationship between the husband's financial stability, intellectual intimacy, and emotional maturity. Furthermore, the financial stability and intellectual intimacy has significant correlation. Moreover, there is significant relationship between the wife’s intellectual intimacy and emotional maturity. In addition, the data shows that there is no significant relationship between the wife’s financial stability and emotional maturity.
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CATINDIG, LOUISE ANNE G., MENDOZA, MOJICA, MYCO M. Financial Stability, Intellectual Intimacy and Emotional Maturity of Newlywed Couples of Dasmarinas City, Cavite. Undergraduate Thesis. Bachelor of Science m Psychology. Cavite State University. May 2017. Thesis Adviser: Ms. Mary Joyce B. Eyaya.

The study was conducted in order to determine the Financial Stability, Intellectual Intimacy and Emotional Maturity of Newlywed Couples of Dasmarinas City, Cavite. The study specifically aimed to: (l) determine the demographic profile of the participants in terms of age, number of children and employment; (2) determine the financial stability level of the participants; (3) determine the intellectual intimacy level of the participants; (4) determine the emotional maturity level of the participants; (5) determine the significant difference of the participants in terms of financial stability, intellectual intimacy and emotional maturity; and lastly, (6) determine the significant relationship of the participants in terms of financial stability and intellectual intimacy, financial stability and emotional maturity, intellectual intimacy and emotional maturity
The study used a comparative correlational type of research in order to discover if there is significant difference and relationship between financial stability, intellectual intimacy, and emotional maturity of the participants. The researchers used purposive sampling to come up with 134 participants-67 husbands and 67 wives from Dasmarinas City, Cavite.
In order for the researchers to answer the given problems, statistical analysis was
used. Mean, frequency and percentage were used for the participants' demographic
financial stability, intellectual intimacy and emotional maturity of newlywed couples, mean and standard deviation were utilized. In finding the difference between the financial stability, intellectual intimacy and emotional maturity of newlywed couples mean, standard deviation and t-test was used. The researchers utilized Pearson R correlation coefficient to determine if there is significant relationship between the participants' financial stability, intellectual intimacy, and emotional maturity.
The husbands and wives have a high level of financial stability and has a very high level of intellectual intimacy and emotional maturity. There is significant relationship between the husband's financial stability, intellectual intimacy, and emotional maturity. Furthermore, the financial stability and intellectual intimacy has significant correlation. Moreover, there is significant relationship between the wife’s intellectual intimacy and emotional maturity. In addition, the data shows that there is no significant relationship between the wife’s financial stability and emotional maturity.

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