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Analysing the Influence of Deprivation on Basic Human Needs, Adjustment Strategies, and Reactions to Frustration: A qualitative assessment with literature review | Original Article

Chandani Kumari*, Niranjan Prasad Yadav, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


India is a country with significant economic, social, and cultural differences. Some people benefit from their ancestry, social rank, financial stability, and geographic location, whilst others suffer from a number of disadvantages. As a consequence, males suffer from major psychological impacts as a result of deprivation, which psychiatrists are clearly worried about. Psychologists may help create intervention approaches for its resolution by examining the psychological concomitants and repercussions. Psychologists, on the other hand, have showed little interest in researching this element of deprivation, preferring to concentrate on the consequences of other forms of deprivation on animals and humans, including as sensory deprivation, parental deprivation, and physiological need deprivation (food, water, and sex deprivation). In this paper, qualitative passements are made through literatures review and studies conducted in earlier phases to understand the influence of deprivation on Basic Human Needs, Adjustment Strategies, And Reactions to Frustration. At the last section of the paper it is found that there is a significant difference in cognitive capacities, IQ, personality, motives, and ambitions between impoverished and non-deprived people. These inequities existed in both civilizations.