Peran Emotional Intelligence dan Family Dinner Ritual terhadap Life Satisfaction pada Mahasiswa Tahun Pertama

  • Leonora Jeanifer Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya
  • Stefani Virlia Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya
DOI: https://doi.org/10.35814/mindset.v11i02.1507
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Keywords: first-year student, emotional intelligence, family dinner ritual, life satisfaction

Abstract

Life satisfaction is an aspect that needs to be considered in individuals, especially in first-year students. First year students undergo a transition period of lectures and belong to the group of emerging adults who are in a phase of instability. Some phenomena related to instability experienced by first-year students and are thought to lead to a decrease in life satisfaction. The purpose of this study is to look at the role of emotional intelligence and family dinner rituals on life satisfaction in first-year students. This research uses a quantitative approach with multiple regression tests. The subjects of this study were 332 first-year active students aged 18-21 years in Surabaya. The results of the study showed a significant influence between emotional intelligence and family dinner ritual on life satisfaction with an effective contribution of 9.1% (R2 = 0.091; p <.05). Family dinner rituals contribute more effectively than emotional intelligence.

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Published
2020-12-03
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Jeanifer, L., & Virlia, S. (2020). Peran Emotional Intelligence dan Family Dinner Ritual terhadap Life Satisfaction pada Mahasiswa Tahun Pertama. Jurnal Ilmiah Psikologi MIND SET, 11(02), 139-148. https://doi.org/10.35814/mindset.v11i02.1507
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