psychological well-being

Dobrostan psychiczny studentów chińskich na uniwersytetach macierzystych a studentów w Polsce. Porównania międzykulturowe

Author: Karolina Mazurowska
Institution: SWPS Uniwersytet Humanistycznospołeczny
Author: Marta Penczek-Zapała
Year of publication: 2020
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Pages: 133-149
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PDF: npw/26/npw2608.pdf

Well-being of Chinese University Students in China and Students in Poland. Cross-Cultural Comparisons

Presented paper discusses well-being of Chinese university students in the context of mental health issues arising on many campuses around China. The analysis focuses on self-esteem and cultural values of Chinese students in comparison with their Polish colleagues. The discussed data was collected in SUSTech, one of the developing universities in the southern part of China and in Poland. Mental health of university students has major implications for, still developing, campus health services.

Psychological Well-being of Senior Secondary School Students of Kashmir Valley in Relation to their Place of Living and Academic Achievement

Author: Bilal Ahmad Bhat
Institution: University of Kashmir
Year of publication: 2021
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Pages: 101-108
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PDF: tner/202102/tner6408.pdf

The aim of the study was to investigate the influence of place of living on psychological well-being of students studying in senior secondary schools and to test for interaction effects of place of living and academic achievement on psychological well-being. The analyzed data set contained information on 519 boys and girls in the 11t grade from the Kashmir valley of Jammu and Kashmir India. The study has a survey type design. Psychological well-being scale developed by Dr. Devendra Singh Sisodia and Ms. Pooja Choudhary (2012) has been used. The marks obtained in science by students served as the indicator of academic achievement. The statistical analysis was 2 ×3 (ANOVA) factorial designs. Results reveal a significant effect of the place of living on psychological well-being and show no significant interaction effect between the academic achievement levels (groups) in science and the place of living in terms of the psychological well-being of senior secondary students.

Creativity as a Factor in the Psychological Well-being of Teachers of Higher Educational Institutions

Author: Iryna Androshchuk
Institution: State Higher Educational Institution “University of Educational Management” of the National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine
Author: Valentyna Balakhtar
Institution: Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University
Author: Kateryna Balakhtar
Institution: Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University
Author: Petro Oleshko
Institution: Vоlуn Institute of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education
Year of publication: 2020
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Pages: 191-202
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PDF: tner/202002/tner6015.pdf

The article reveals the importance of creativity in achieving psychological well-being in teachers of higher educational institutions and substantiates the feasibility of its study. Psychological well-being is considered as an important indicator in people’s lives, their desire for the development of personal potential, the formation of positive relationships, and productive creative activity for the benefit of society. The role of creativity in achieving the psychological well-being of a person as a unique creative ability, an important condition for human life, is substantiated. It affects self-acceptance, personal growth, creativity, among others. Creativity indicators (curiosity, creative opportunities, self-confidence, stability and persuasiveness, the desire to be an independent person, the ability to cope, etc.), affecting the psychological well-being of teachers of higher educational institutions, their satisfaction with life, work and themselves are investigated. It was established that the level of creativity is insufficient and that teachers for training specialists in social work have lower indicators than teachers of a foreign language. It is shown that creativity is a factor in psychological well-being and affects the formation of relationships with others, the purposefulness and meaningfulness of life, self-acceptance, personal growth, and the like. Statistically significant differences were found in terms of creativity and psychological well-being of the teachers who were studied depending on gender.

Adolescents’ Relational Resources and Health Risky Behaviours during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Online School Burnout and Psychological Well-Being as Mediators

Author: Katarzyna Tomaszek
Institution: Rzeszow University
Author: Agnieszka Muchacka-Cymerman
Institution: University of the National Education Commission, Krakow
Year of publication: 2024
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Pages: 13-24
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PDF: tner/202401/tner7501.pdf

The study aimed to examine whether the students’ psychological well-being and online school burnout are mediators in the association between relational resources and engaging in risky behaviour by adolescents. 186 primary and secondary school students took part in an online survey. Students’ psychological well-being was a mediator in the association between relational resources and socially unacceptable stimulating behaviours, while e-learning burnout mediated the relationship between relational resources and health and life-threatening behaviours. The findings emphasise the critical role of strengthening the students’ potential and stress resilience and building a support social network.

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