This study explored the relationship between happiness, and six other life domains: Academic Success, Financial Security, Familial Support, Living Environment, Self-Image and Social Relations. Participants were one hundred and ninety-two students from a small undergraduate university.
The purpose of the study was to determine which life domain had the greatest influence on student happiness. Assessment tools included the Oxford Happiness Inventory, the Multidimensional Student Life Satisfaction Scale, and a Financial Success Survey created by the authors. Results indicate
that Self-esteem, Academic Success and Financial Security, respectively, explained most of the variance in student happiness.
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DETERMINANTS OF UNIVERSITY STUDENT HAPPINESS;
UNIVERSITY STUDENT STRESS
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2015
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