中学生の「生きる力促進モデル」の検討:─自己受容と学校生活スキルに焦点を当てて─  [in Japanese] Promotion of zest for living model in junior high school students through self-acceptance and school-life skills  [in Japanese]

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Author(s)

    • 米川 和雄 Yonekawa Kazuo
    • 久留米大学大学院心理学研究科|NPO法人エンパワーメント Graduate School of Psychology, Kurume University|Non-Profit Organization EMPOWERMENT

Abstract

We have developed the promotion of zest for living model (PZLM), based on the course of study undertaken by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. We have assumed that PZLM is a three-tier hierarchical model consisting of (1) self-acceptance (SA), which affects school-life skills (SLS), health condition, self-growth, social support and the total number of favorite subjects, and (2) SLS, which affect the health condition, self-growth, social support and the total number of favorite subjects. We also assumed that SA and SLS were important for promoting other factors related to the zest for living. Junior high school student participants (N=424) completed the SA scale, the SLS scale, and a questionnaire inquiring about their health condition, self-growth, social support and the total number of favorite subjects. Results of structural equation modeling supported the hierarchical structure of the PZLM (GFI=0.978, AGFI=0.916, RMSEA=0.078), as well as the contention that SA, especially maturity, and SLS affected other factors related to PZLM. These results suggest that SA and SLS should be the focus of efforts to promote the other factors related to the zest for living.

Journal

  • The Japanese Journal of Health Psychology

    The Japanese Journal of Health Psychology 22(1), 33-43, 2009

    The Japanese Association of Health Psychology

Codes

  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130004600976
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    0917-3323
  • Data Source
    J-STAGE 
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