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Thepurpose of the present study was to learn the relationship among satisfactionwith life, family care degree, psychological dependency and subjective bias of seniorhigh school student. We are using the Life Satisfaction Scale LSIB, FamilyCare Scale APGAR, Dependent Scale Dy, Prejudice Scale Pr, for 300 highschool students in the school randomly sampling survey. Life satisfaction wasinvestigated with the APGAR test, psychological dependence, prejudicerelationship personality. Through this study, we have drawn the followingresults: 1 Life satisfaction was significantly positively correlated with thedegree of care to the family r = 0.311, p < 0.01, and psychologicaldependence r = -0.399, p < 0.01, subjective biasnegative correlation r = -0.328, p < 0.01. APGAR anddependence r = -0.147, p < 0.05, biased were negativelycorrelated r = -0.134, p < 0.05. Dependence andprejudice were positive correlation r= 0.661, p < 0.01; 2 as for high schoolstudents of different gender within life satisfaction, family care degree,dependency and prejudice score comparison, APGAR t test was significantly t = -2.38, p < 0.05; 3 by comparison ofthe scores of different professions, science students life satisfaction washigher than liberal arts students t = 2.12, p < 0.05; 4 family APGAR anddependence predict life satisfaction p < 0.01 were greater than the subjectivebias p = 0.177 of forecasts. The role of the family APGAR return was greaterthan the return action dependent. Based on these results, we have come to theconclusion that the degree of family care and psychological dependenceperformance effectively predicts life satisfaction. APGAR on life satisfactionwas positively predicted. Psychological dependency on life satisfaction wasnegative prediction.

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Senior High School Student, Life Satisfaction, APGAR, Psychological Dependence, Subjective Bias

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Guo, Y. and Chen, X. 2016 Relationship among Satisfaction with Life, Family Care Degree, Psychological Dependency and Subjective Bias of Senior High School Student. Psychology, 7, 418-425. doi: 10.4236-psych.2016.73044.





Author: Ying Guo1, Xia Chen1

Source: http://www.scirp.org/



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