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Autori: Brdar, Ingrid; Anić, Petra; Tončić, Marko
Naslov: Personality, psychological needs satisfaction and subjective well-being
Izvornik: 5th European Conference on Positive Psychology : Book of Abstracts ; TS-41: Well-being - Youth and Students 2 ; TS-41: 1 / Knoop, Hans Henrik (ur.). - Copenhagen : School of Education, Aarhus University , 2010. 124-125.
Skup: European Conference on Positive Psychology (5 ; 2010)
Mjesto i datum: Kopenhagen, Danska, 23.-26.06.2010.
Ključne riječi: personality; basic psychological needs; subjective well-being
Sažetak:
Subjective well-being depends on the fulfillment of basic psychological needs for relatedness, autonomy and competence (Deci & Ryan, 2000), but it is also linked with personality (DeNeve & Cooper, 1998). Personality traits and satisfaction of basic psychological needs have both been shown to predict subjective well-being, but the two sets of predictors have rarely been studied together. This study aimed to examine the relationship between personality traits, satisfaction of psychological needs and subjective wellbeing. Participants (291 students, 188 males and 103 females, aged from 18 to 25) filled out five questionnaires: Approaches to Happiness Questionnaire, Aspiration Index, The Satisfaction with Life Scale, PANAS and The Big Five Inventory. Hierarchical regression analyses were performed for life satisfaction and hedonic balance. Personality traits were entered in the first step and psychological needs in the second step. The contribution of each step in the regression analyses was significant. Personality explained 26% of life satisfaction and 60% of hedonic balance variation. Life satisfaction was significantly predicted by only two personality traits (neuroticism and agreeableness), and all psychological needs, which accounted for 15% of life satisfaction. As expected, personality had greater contribution in explaining variation of hedonic balance (60%), while psychological needs explained additional 7% of hedonic balance variance. In this regression analysis only openness to experience was not significant predictor. Path analysis was used to examine the relationship between personality traits, psychological needs and subjective well-being (life satisfaction and hedonic balance). Results showed that personality can predict subjective well-being both directly and indirectly through satisfaction of psychological needs. Neuroticism had more robust direct relationship with subjective well-being, while conscientiousness had stronger indirect relationship to subjective well-being. The results show that satisfaction of basic psychological needs may be important mediator between some personality traits and subjective well-being.
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Predavanje
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Sažetak
Vrsta recenzije: Međunarodna recenzija
Projekt / tema: 009-0342618-2193
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Psihologija
URL Internet adrese: http://www.ecpp2010.dk/media/ECPP_-_Book_of_Abstracts_-_24_06_2010.pdf
Upisao u CROSBI: ibrdar@ffri.hr (ibrdar@ffri.hr), 4. Pro. 2010. u 00:13 sati



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