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EEO. 2010; 9(3): 952-959

An analysis of the relationship between subjective well being and perceived control



Nowadays, the positive psychology approach develops rapidly and comprehensively. With this perspective, subjective well being and perceived control are considering together. This study examines the association between perceived control and subjective well-being (SWB) among Turkish university students. A total of 340 individuals (170 male and 170 female) completed the Domain General Perceived Control Scale, Positive-Negative Affect Scale-PANAS and the Life Satisfaction Scale (LSS). Regression analysis shows that perceived control is important predictors of subjective well-being. Results were found parallel with the literature.

Key words: Subjective Well-Being, Perceived Control, Life Satisfaction, Positive Affect, Negative Affect.

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