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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BASIC BELIEFS AND PERCEPTION OF PARENTAL RELATIONSHIPS AND STUDENTS SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING

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 Start Page 43 | End Page 61

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 The current research is aimed to investigate the relationship between BASIC BELIEFS and perception of parental relationships and subjective wellbeing. To do so, 655 high school students in Tehran (283 boys and 372 girls), were selected through cluster sampling. They were asked to complete the BASIC BELIEFS Inventory (BBI), the Perception of Parents Scale (POPS), the Satisfaction with Life scale, and the Positive and Negative Affection Scales inventories. Results obtained from correlation and regression analyses showed that meaningful world belief, favorable self belief, parents’ warmth perception, and perception of parents’ self-autonomy support are positively and significantly related to SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING. Meaningful world belief along with perception of parents’ warmth, favorable self belief, and parents’ self-autonomy support detemine 51% of changes in SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING. Based on the results of the current study, it is concluded that attempts to construct positive beliefs and optimizing parental relationships have important contributions to students’ SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING.

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