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A study on self-esteem and psychosomatic symptoms of junior high school students
junior high school students
The purposes of this study were to investigate the self-esteem and psychosomatic symptoms, and assess their relationship. The probability proportionate to size sampling was used to select the subjects from junior high school students in Taiwan. Totally 1,563 provided valid data with response rate 82.7%. Data were analyzed with one- way ANOVA, Pearson product-moment correlation, and multiple regression analysis. The result was summarized as follows: 1.The level of subjects’ general self-esteem, academic self-esteem, physical self-esteem and social self-esteem are above average. 2.The level of subjects’ psychosomatic symptoms is below average. 3.Male has higher level of general self-esteem, academic self-esteem and physical self-esteem. Subjects whose parents with college or higher education level have higher level of general self-esteem, academic self-esteem and social self-esteem. 4.Female, 9th grade students, and those who parents with junior high school or lower education level have higher level of psychosomatic symptoms. 5.The level of general self-esteem, academic self-esteem, physical self-esteem and social self-esteem are negatively related to the level of psychosomatic symptoms. 6.General self-esteem, academic self-esteem, physical self-esteem and social self-esteem could be used to predict the psychosomatic symptoms with the variances of 26.3%.
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