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Pregled bibliografske jedinice broj: 869553

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Autori: Miljković, Dubravka; Jurčec, Lana
Naslov: Is Curiosity Good for Students' Well-Being? The Case of the Faculty of Teacher Education and the Faculty of Kinesiology
Izvornik: Croatian Journal of Education: Hrvatski časopis za odgoj i obrazovanje (1848-5150) 18 (2016), Sp.Ed.No.1; 103-121
Vrsta rada: članak
Ključne riječi: curiosity ; well-being ; flourishing ; basic psychological needs ; positive/negative affect ; students
Sažetak:
The aim of the study was to assess the relationship between curiosity and well-being in the sample of university students. 318 college students from Faculty of Teacher Education and Faculty of Kinesiology (100 males and 215 females) participated in the study. The students ranged in age from 18 to 26. Four questionnaires were administered: Curiosity and Exploration Inventory - CEI-II (Kashdan, et al., 2009), Positive and Negative Affect Schedule - PANAS (Watson, Clark, & Tellegen, 1988), Flourishing Scale – FS (Diener, et al. 2009) and Basic Needs Satisfaction Scale (Gagné, 2003). Results of ANOVAs showed that students of Faculty of Kinesiology had higher scores on both curiosity scales: Curiosity Stretching and Curiosity Embracing. Curiosity stretching reflects the motivation to seek out knowledge and new experiences while embracing dimension is related to willingness to embrace the novel, uncertain, and unpredictable nature of everyday life. They also scored higher on positive affect and lower on negative affect. There was no statistical difference between students from two faculties on flourishing scale and satisfaction of basic psychological needs. Gender differences were found only for negative affects, with females scoring higher on negative affect scale. Both curiosity scales were correlated to well- being scales, but as results of hierarchical regression analyses revealed, only Curiosity Stretching was significant predictor of basic needs satisfaction, positive affect and flourishing. Among students of Faculty of Kinesiology, motivation to seek out knowledge and new experiences has greater role on their well- being. This suggests the possibility of positive influence of curiosity on well-being and need to pay more attention to methods for developing curiosity at the university teaching and learning.
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Psihologija,Pedagogija
Puni text rada: 869553.Vol_18_Sp_Ed_No1_2016_2184_Miljkovic_Jurcec.pdf (tekst priložen 15. Stu. 2017. u 18:55 sati)
URL Internet adrese: http://hrcak.srce.hr/164747?lang=en
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DOI: 10.15516/cje.v18i0.2184
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Google Scholar: Is Curiosity Good for Students' Well-Being? The Case of the Faculty of Teacher Education and the Faculty of Kinesiology
Upisao u CROSBI: Dubravka Miljković (dubravka.miljkovic@ufzg.hr), 8. Tra. 2017. u 11:29 sati



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