The effect of perceived social support on subjective well-being

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2010 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The aim of this study is to determine whether perceived social support is a meaningful predictor of subjective well-being. 87 students registered to primary classroom teacher training department joined to this survey. In the phase of data collection, "Subjective Well-Being Scale" and "Multi-Dimensional Perceived Social Support Scale" were used. It was discovered that perceived social support predicted 43 per cent of subjective well-being. In addition to this, it was determined that perceived
more » ... ily support predicted subjective well-being, and on the other hand the support which was perceived towards a special person and perceived friend support did not predicted subjective well-being.
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.03.602 fatcat:sadv4drcdneyxlcvdclsdsv4he