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Title: 大学生における援助要請の方法と適応との関連の検討
Other Titles: The relationship between the means of help seeking and adaptation among university students
Authors: 渡部 , 雪子
永井 , 智
桑原, 千明
WATABE, Yukiko
NAGAI, Satoru
KUWABARA, Chiaki
Keywords: the means of help seeking
Satisfaction with interpersonal relationship
mental health
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2014
Publisher: 立正大学心理学部
Abstract: This study sets out to investigate the means of help seeking such as direct meeting, E-mail, phone, and social network service(SNS). In the first part of this study we examined whether social skill and friendship satisfaction influence the means of help seeking. Regression analysis revealed the followings: (a)A direct meeting and phone showed a significant path from crowed friendship and social skill.( b)The social skill promoted the means of help seeking using E-mail( c) Social network service showed a significant path from crowed friendship. Second, we investigated the relationship between the means of help seeking and adjustment of university students. The participants were divided into 4 groups according to their mean scores on direct help seeking(direct meeting) and indirect help seeking(phone ,E-mail, and SNS).We make direct meeting and indirect meeting was both high group( DHIH), group of High direct helping and low indirect helping (DHIL), group of low direct helping and high indirect helping (DLIH), direct meeting and indirect meeting was both low group( DLIL). Analysis of variance revealed the following:( a) DHIL and DHIH students were more satisfied with their friendship than DLIL students.( b)DHIL students were more satisfied with their friendship than DLIH students.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11266/5302
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