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PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN LIFE SATISFACTION.pdf


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Relevance of the study
Considering previous studies, analyzing the complex predictors of life satisfaction such as;
perceived stress, emotional intelligence, and self-esteem, it is important to note the limitations in the
Emotional Intelligence literature in that the majority of the studies were conducted within different
Western or Asian countries. This study will therefore contribute to such existing publications and as
such, can arouse further curiosity and investigation among researchers of the same phenomena. Also,
testing these predictions in Nigerian culture would add meaningful evidence for practice and reduce
cultural bias.
Moreover, at the end of this study, one would have the knowledge of the various psychological
factors predicting life satisfaction as stated in this study, to check the psychological effects meted on
an individual‟s (student‟s) state of happiness or satisfaction with life, and where necessary, sensitize
clinicians and/or counseling psychologists [especially in the academic settings] as to help break the
barriers that hamper life satisfaction in the society at large.

Scope of the Study
This research work investigates the psychological factors: [perceived stress, emotional
intelligence, and self-esteem] influencing life satisfaction among undergraduates. The research takes
the definition of each element [perceived stress, emotional intelligence, self-esteem, and life
satisfaction] into consideration, as well as examining existing publications and theories on the subject
matter.
The geographical area used in this research is Ekiti State University (EKSU), Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti
state, Nigeria. The participants include equal number of both males and females as to eliminate any
form of representative bias in the data collection process.

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