The Relationship between College students’ Positive Psychological Character and Self-Evaluation
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Xiao Luo, Qian Dai
Objective: Explore the relationship between college students' positive psychological character and self-evaluation. Methods: A simple random sampling was used to select 522 college students from one university in Sichuan province and a sampling survey was conducted with positive psychology questionnaire, including gratitude, subjective well-being, curiosity and exploration, and life satisfaction scale. Results: The level of self-evaluation of college students is more influenced by appearance satisfaction. There is a significant positive correlation between positive psychological character and self-evaluation, and the correlation between happiness and self-evaluation is the strongest(r=0.92). Conclusion: There is a significant positive influence of college students' positive psychological character on self-evaluation, and the correlation between happiness and self-evaluation is the strongest. Improving the positive psychological character of college students can improve the level of self-evaluation.
College students; Positive psychological character; Self-evaluation