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The Influence of Stressful Life Events of College Students on Subjective Well-Being: The Mediation Effect of the Operational Effectiveness

DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.46008, PP. 70-76

Keywords: Stressful Life Events, Operational Effectiveness, Subjective Well-Being, College Students, Mediation Effect

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In this study, we adopted three questionnaires to collect the data of stressful life events, operational effectiveness and subjective well-being of college students. Using SPSS 16.0 and AMOS software, we analysed the relation between stressful life events, operational effectiveness and subjective well-being. It turned out that a) subjective well-being decreases when stressful life events increases, subjective well-being increases when operational effectiveness increases; b) there are four paths through which stressful life events influences subjective well-being: stressful life events have a direct negative effect on subjective well-being; stressful life events affect subjective well- being through confidence; stressful life events affect subjective well-being through cognitive level and degree of confidence; stressful life events affect subjective well-being through confidence and competence.

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