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Psychological well-being is a state of mind desirable for everyone, and body image is one among the many factors that can influence it. The objective of the study was to find out the relationship between body image and psychological well-being among male emerging adults. In this study, we selected 101 samples aged from 20 to 24, through convenient sampling method, from India. The data collected were statistically analyzed using SPSS. We used Shapiro – Wilk test to assess the normality of the data. To assess the correlation of appearance and psychological well-being we chose Pearson’s product moment correlation test. To assess the body area satisfaction and Psychological Well-being Spearman's rho correlation test was used. The test findings of normality suggest that the relationship to be linear while not all variables are normally distributed, as assessed by Shapiro - wilk's test (p <0.05), and there were no outliers. There is no relationship between Appearance evaluation and psychological well-being among male emerging adults aged 20 to 24, r (99) = .136, p < 0.177, with appearance evaluation explaining 1.8% of the variation in psychological well-being. There was a statistically significant, moderate positive correlation between body area satisfaction and psychological well-being among male emerging adults aged 20 to 24, r (99) = 0.440, p > .001, with body area explaining 19% of the variation in psychological well-being
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