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Psychological-Educational Studies
2018. Vol. 10, No. 2. pp. 64–76.
doi:10.17759/psyedu.2018100206
ISSN: 2587-6139 (online)

The Relationship of Subjective Well-being with Regulatory and Personality Characteristics in the Primary School Age Children

Fomina T.G. PhD (Psychology), Leading Researcher, Department of Psychology of Self-regulation, FGBNU «Psychological Institute of Russian Academy of Education», Moscow, Russia, tanafomina@mail.ru
Eftimova O.V. researcher, Department of Psychology of Self-regulation, FGBNU «Psychological Institute of Russian Academy of Education», Moscow, Russia, eftimoska@ya.ru
Morosanova V.I. Doctor in Psychology, Corresponding Member, Head of the Laboratory of Self-regulation, Department of Psychology of Self-regulation, FGBNU «Psychological Institute of Russian Academy of Education», Moscow, Russia, morosanova@mail.ru
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The study on relationship between conscious self-regulation, intrapersonal characteristics, and subjective well-being of younger schoolchildren (N = 156, age 10-11 years) made it possible to reveal and analyze significant links of the regulatory characteristics and personality factors (the Big Five model) with a cognitive parameter of subjective well-being in three spheres: family, school and self-attitude. Morosanova’s Self-Regulation Profile Questionnaire – Junior ), Russian version of the «Big Five Questionnaire – Children BFQ-C (S.B. Malykh , T.N. Tikhomirova, G.M. Vasin) » and Russian adaptation of Multidimensional Students Life Satisfaction Scale MSLSS (T.O. Gordeeva, E.N. Osin) was used. The results analysis provided for identifying significant regulatory and intrapersonal predictors of subjective well-being specific to primary school age children. The level of certain regulatory features development, as well as the general level of conscious self-regulation of educational activity proved to be significant factors of the schoolchildren subjective well-being

Keywords: conscious self-regulation; subjective well-being, personality characteristics, primary school age children

Rubric: Empirical Research

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17759/psyedu.2018100206

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