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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 共同教育委員會  > 師資培育中心 > 期刊論文 >  Academic correlates of Taiwanese senior high school students' happiness

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    Title: Academic correlates of Taiwanese senior high school students' happiness
    Authors: Chen, S. Y.;Lu, L
    教師: 陳素燕
    Date: 2009
    Publisher: Libra Publishers
    Relation: Adolescence, Libra Publishers, Volume 44, 2009, Pages 979-992
    Keywords: Academic correlates
    Taiwanese senior high school students
    Abstract: Throughout the past century, psychologists have focused mainly on depression, anxiety, and conduct disorders of adolescents while neglecting positive mental health. Only relatively recently has there been increasing interest in positive psychology, and more researchers are starting to examine adolescents' life satisfaction and its correlates and predictors (Gilman & Huebner, 2003). Similar to findings in studies of adults, most adolescents report positive levels of life satisfaction (Casas, Alsinet, Rossich, Huebmer, & Laughlin, 2001; Greenspoon & Saklofske, 1997; Huebner, Frane, & Valois, 2000; Leung & Zhang, 2000; Neto, 1993). In a review study, Suldo, Riley, and Shaffer (2006) indicated that most research on adolescents' life satisfaction has examined the roles of family functioning and intrapersonal variables, but few studies have researched life satisfaction in relation to schooling. Moreover, the existing literature regarding school-related variables and life satisfaction has investigated only one or a few academic factors in isolation. Therefore, the present study extends the previous literature and examines the relation between academic factors and high school students' general happiness more comprehensively using a nationally representative sample in Taiwan.
    URI: http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2248/is_176_44/ai_n48846255/
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