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Psychological Well-being Among Boarding Secondary School Students In Uganda
Psychological well-being issues have increased among students in today's contemporary world as compared to the older generation. Promoting psychological well-being and protecting students in boarding secondary schools from adverse experiences and risk factors that may impact their potential to thrive are critical for their well-being during adolescence and for their physical and mental health in adulthood. This study examined the psychological well-being of boarding secondary school students in Uganda. Data for this study was elucidated through the use of Ryff's Scale of Psychological Well-being.
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