AP  >> Vol. 5 No. 11 (November 2015)

    自我概念清晰度与未来焦虑的关系:价值观的作用
    The Relationship of Self-Concept Clarity and Future Anxiety: The Role of Values

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作者:  

杨莲莲,刘红雨,吕厚超:西南大学心理学部,重庆

关键词:
价值观自我概念清晰度未来焦虑Values Self-Concept Clarity Future Anxiety

摘要:

本研究采用自我概念清晰度量表、未来焦虑量表和价值观量表对352名大学生进行调查研究,探讨价值观、自我概念清晰度和未来焦虑之间的相关关系,价值观、自我概念清晰度对未来焦虑的影响。结果表明:1) 大学生的自我概念清晰度与未来焦虑呈显著负相关;自我概念清晰度与金钱权利、守法从众价值观存在显著负相关;而价值观这两个维度与未来焦虑呈显著正相关;2) 大学生的价值观、自我概念清晰度对未来焦虑有这一定的预测作用;3) 金钱权利、守法从众价值观在自我概念清晰度和未来焦虑之间起部分中介作用。

The research studied 352 university students by using the Self-Concept Clarity Scale (SCC), Future Anxiety Scale (FA) and Chinese Values Questionnaire (CVQ). The study explores the correlation between the values, self-concept clarity and future anxiety, as well as the effect of the values and self-concept clarity on the future anxiety. Results show that: 1) students’ self-concept clarity is negatively correlated with future anxiety, as well as the values of money right and conformity of the law; the two dimensions of values are positively correlated with future anxiety; 2) the values of college students as well as self-concept clarity play a certain role in forecasting the future anxiety; 3) the two dimensions of values, money right and conformity of the law, play a partial intermediary role between self-concept clarity and future anxiety.

文章引用:
杨莲莲, 刘红雨, 吕厚超 (2015). 自我概念清晰度与未来焦虑的关系:价值观的作用. 心理学进展, 5(11), 681-689. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/AP.2015.511088

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