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《Chinese Journal of Ergonomics》 2018-04
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Research on the Influence of University Students' Indoor Environment on Subjective Well-being,School-like Sense of Association and Interpersonal Communication

Yang Yong-le;Zhang Ya-qun;Shen Jian;Department of Applied Psychology,College of Education,Hebei University;  
Objective This article explores the influence of college students' living environment on their psychological status from the perspective of environmental psychology; Methods 288 college students participated this experiment which explored the effects of university students' indoor environment on subjective well-being,school-like sense of association and interpersonal communication; Results( 1) The sense of crowding had a significant influence on college students' sense of belonging( F( 1,92)= 2. 90,P 0. 05). The sense of school belonging( M = 78. 30)of college students living in a relatively dense dormitory environment was significantly greater than that of students. In the relatively low dormitory environment( M = 73. 26);( 2) The interaction between indoor greening conditions and gender in interpersonal interaction was significant( F( 1,1)= 5. 84,P 0. 05),and the average number of boys in the greening environment group( M = 7. 29) is significantly smaller than the average number of female greenery groups( M = 9. 04);( 3) the interaction between creative environment and gender is significant in school sense of belonging( F( 1,1)= 7. 45,P 0. 01),The average number of boys in the creative environment group( M = 83. 21) was significantly greater than the average number of girls in the creative environment group( M = 80. 67). Conclusion A certain density of living environment can enhance students' sense of belonging to the school; living in a green environment,boys have fewer problems with interpersonal relationships; creative environments can increase boys ' sense of school belonging.
【CateGory Index】: B844.2
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