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Title: Internal Well-Being as a Complex Dynamic System
Authors: Karapetyan, L. V.
Glotova, G. A.
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: LLC Ecological Help
Scientific and Educational Initiative
Citation: Karapetyan L. V. Internal Well-Being as a Complex Dynamic System / L. V. Karapetyan, G. A. Glotova // Perspektivy Nauki i Obrazovania. — 2021. — Vol. 51. — Iss. 3. — P. 404-416.
Abstract: Introduction. The relevance of the study of the internal well-being of a person as a complex dynamic system is due to the need for empirical verification of post-non-classical ideas about complex psychological phenomena, which involves the comparison of various theoretical constructs and research tools related to the studied psychological phenomenon. Materials and methods. The sample was made up of cadets of the power university in the number of 169 people. Three methods of studying internal well-being based on different theoretical constructs were used: The author's method "Self-Assessment of emotional and personal well-being (SEPWB-24)", "Scale of psychological well-being" by K. Riff, the method "Subjective well-being" by R. M. Shamionov, T. V. Beskova. Results. On the basis of the Spearman correlation analysis, reliable (at p 0,001) relationships between all scales of the three methods used were confirmed. This can be seen as the presence of the general G-factor of "inner well-being". Differences in the strength of the relationships between the scales within the methods and between the scales of different methods are revealed, and different solutions are obtained in the factor analysis, which indicates the presence of S and U factors-determinants of internal well-being as a complex dynamic system. © 2021 LLC Ecological Help. All rights reserved.
Access: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
SCOPUS ID: 85109340035
PURE ID: 22824809
ISSN: 2307-2334
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