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A review of life satisfaction research with children and adolescents.
An important construct in positive psychology is life satisfaction (LS). Although its importance has been recognized by some school psychologists, research findings have remained unsynthesized. In
An Ecological View of School Satisfaction in Adolescence: Linkages Between Social Support and Behavior Problems
This study investigated the relationships among school satisfaction, social support, and problem behaviors in adolescents. Modest associations were found between school satisfaction and the
Initial Development and Validation of the Multidimensional Students’ Life Satisfaction Scale–Adolescent Version
The factor structure of a new self-report scale, the Multidimensional Students’ Life Satisfaction Scale–Adolescent version, was examined. Reliability and 2-week stability estimates of the domain
Peer Victimization and Perceived Life Satisfaction Among Early Adolescents in the United States
Abstract Background: Peer victimization among adolescents has been linked to increased psychological stress, psychosomatic illness, anxiety, depression, lower self-esteem, suicide ideation and poor
Examination of the Validity of the Chinese Version of the Children’s Hope Scale Among Chinese Adolescents
Given possible developmental and/or cultural differences in the meaning and levels of hope among children, we evaluated the validity, measurement invariance, and latent mean differences for the