Clinical and Experimental Psychology

ISSN - 2471-2701

Gerum Tareke

Gerum Tareke


  • Research Article
    The Contribution of Instructor, Peer and University Support for Promoting Psychological Well-Being among Students in the Amhara Regional Universities
    Author(s): Belay Tefera Kibret and Gerum TarekeBelay Tefera Kibret and Gerum Tareke

    Success in higher education is most commonly indexed in Ethiopia with academic success despite the fact that the major factor undergirding this success appears to be non-academic in nature. The main intent of this study was to examine one of these academic profiles of university students (i.e., psychological wellbeing) and the extent to which it was affected by perceived (university, peer group and instructors) support services. Data were collected from a sample of 384 students (217 males and 167 females) drawn from three universities (Bahir Dar, Wollo, and Debre Tabor) in the Amhara Regional State. Structured questionnaire composed of various components originally developed by experts in the field was used for the present study; in fact after validating the sub scales. Findings indicated that psychological wellbeing general score, ‘environmental mastery’, ‘purpose i.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2471-2701.1000154

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