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Person-Environment Value Congruence and Satisfaction with Life

@inproceedings{Musiol2013PersonEnvironmentVC,
  title={Person-Environment Value Congruence and Satisfaction with Life},
  author={Anna-Lena Musiol and K. Boehnke},
  year={2013}
}
The present study analyzes the relationship of person-environment value congruence and individual satisfaction with life among German adolescents (N=1229). A positive relationship between person-environment value congruence and individual life satisfaction was hypothesized based on person-environment fit theory (e.g., Fulmer, et al., 2010). It was further hypothesized that—living in an individualist culture like Germany— individuals, who favor an interdependent self-construal (as introduced by… Expand
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