A Study of Subjective Well-being of College Students in GuangZhou
Zheng Xue Yan Biaobin Qiu Lin (Psychology Department of South China Normal University, Guangzhou 510631 )
With the aim of exploring the basic condition of subjective well-being and analysing the mutualization of subjective well-being (SWB) and its several dimensions, 200 college students in Guang Zhou were samply investigated to complete the International College Survey Questionnaire. The results showed that : 1) There are no differences in SWB between sexes. 2) SWB is mainly determined by positive emotions, negative emotions and life satisfaction. 3) SWB is indirectly affected by norms. 4) One's self-experience is correlative with his SWB, life satisfaction, positive emotions, negative emotions and norms, in which, the correlation with the last one is the largest.