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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-704111

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Objective To investigate the relationship between general self-concept, social support and subjective well-being in Chinese older adults.Methods A total of 717 older adults completed the Gen-eral Self-Concept Scale ( GSCS) ,Social Support Rating Scale( SSRS) and Memorial University of Newfound-land Scale of Happiness(MUNSH).Results The self-concept score of the elderly was (2.91±0.41),social support score was (35.45±7.12) and subjective well-being score was (11.56±10.31).Social support was sig-nificantly positively related with self-concept and subjective well-being ( r=0.43,P<0.05;r=0.17,P<0.05) . Self-concept played a partly mediating role between social support and subjective well-being,and the confi-dence interval from Bootstrap output were 95% (0.22,0.78).The mediating effect between social support and subjective well-being were suppressing effects( direct effects|-0. 31|, indirect effects |0. 50|>total effects|0.19|).Conclusion Social support can indirectly affect subjective well-being through self-concept.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-540451

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Objective: To compare the difference of self-concept between children of complete and divorced family. Methods: 42 subjects in divorced family and 45 controls were tested by Piers-Harris Self-concept Scale for Children. Rusults: The students in divorced family reported significantly lower scores on self-concept than the controls on behavior,anxiety, gregariousness, satisfaction and total score. Conclusion: The self-concept of divorced family students is lower than that of the control group.

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