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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 ...