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Kaznacheeva N.B., Sinelnikova E.S. Emotional intelligence and value orientations as psychological factors of students' life satisfaction

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2022.6.p467-470
Emotional intelligence and value orientations as psychological factors of students' life satisfaction
Natalia Borisovna Kaznacheeva, the candidate of psychological sciences, Elena Semenovna Sinelnikova, the candidate of psychological sciences, Emperor Alexander I State Transport University, St. Petersburg

Life satisfaction is one of the crucial aspects of subjective well-being. The purpose of the study was to investigate relationship between emotional intelligence values and life satisfaction. 70 university students aged 18-23 (Saint-Petersburg, Russia) participated in the study. The following questionnaires were applied: D.V. Lusin Emotional intelligence questionnaire (EmIn), B. Newgarten Life Satisfaction Index Diagnostic Questionnaire (adapted by N.V. Panina), I.G. Senin Terminal Values Test Questionnaire. Research has shown that emotional intelligence is positively related to life satisfaction, values significantly correlate with life satisfaction.
Keywords: life satisfaction, emotional intelligence, values, students.

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