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Parental attitude perceived by university students as predictors of subjective well-being and life satisfaction
(Scientific Research, 2013)
The study aims to analyze whether parental attitudes (democratic, protective, and authoritarian) predict subjective well-being and life satisfaction of university students. Subjects in the study were 414 students, 221 ...
Differences in how trait emotional intelligence predicts life satisfaction: the role of affect balance versus social support in India and Germany
In this study, we assessed cross-cultural differences in the extent to which general emotional intelligence is linked to life satisfaction and analyzed mediators of this relationship. We used data from an individualistic ...
Linking metatraits of the big five to well-being and ill-being: do basic psychological needs matter?
There is considerable evidence that two higher order factors underlie the Big-Five dimensions and that these two factors provide a parsimonious taxonomy. However, not much empirical evidence has been documented as to the ...