The moderating effect of self-confidence on the relationship between extraversion and subjective well-being
- Hong Shao, Bing Shi, YuLiang Sun
- Corresponding Author
- Hong Shao
Available Online May 2018.
- https://doi.org/10.2991/asssd-18.2018.23How to use a DOI?
- college students, extraversion, subjective well-being, self - confidence.
- The relationship between different personality tendencies, self-confidence and subjective well-being was explored on Shaanxi Normal University and Xidian University of 343 undergraduates. And questionnaires like Youth Self Confidence Inventory, Index of Subjunctive Weil-Being and a Chinese version of the Eysenck personality questionnaire (EPQ-RS) are deployed on the undergraduates. The following conclusions are drawn: ?'? the internal and external inclination has significant predictive effect on self-confidence and subjective well-being. ?'?self-confidence has a moderating effect on the relationship between the internal and external inclination and people's subjective well-being: in low self-confidence, internal and external inclination to the subjective well-being of a significant predictive role, in the case of high self-confidence, internal and external inclination to the subjective well-being of the predictive effect is not significant.
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TY - CONF AU - Hong Shao AU - Bing Shi AU - YuLiang Sun PY - 2018/05 DA - 2018/05 TI - The moderating effect of self-confidence on the relationship between extraversion and subjective well-being BT - 2018 International Conference on Advances in Social Sciences and Sustainable Development (ASSSD 2018) PB - Atlantis Press UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/asssd-18.2018.23 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/asssd-18.2018.23 ID - Shao2018/05 ER -