The relationships among coping with stress, life satisfaction, decision-making styles and decision self-esteem: An investigation with Turkish university students

M. Engin Deniz1
1Selcuk University, Turkey
Cite this article:  Deniz, M. (2006). The relationships among coping with stress, life satisfaction, decision-making styles and decision self-esteem: An investigation with Turkish university students. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 34, 1161-1170.

Volume 34 Issue 9 | e1547 | Published: October 2006 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2006.34.9.1161

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Our aim in this study was to determine the relationships among styles of coping with stress, decision self-esteem, decision-making styles, and life satisfaction. The sample consisted of 492 university students. Life satisfaction was found to be positively correlated to problem-focused coping and seeking social support. It was also found that life satisfaction is significantly correlated to decision self-esteem and all decision-making styles (vigilance, buckpassing, procrastination, and hypervigilance). In addition, significant relationships were found among coping with stress, decision self-esteem and decision-making styles.

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