Relationship of Social Frustration levels with Emotional Reactions Patterns, among A Sample of University of Jordan and King Faisal University Students

Mohammad M. Bani Younes

Abstract


The current study aimed at discovering the relationship between social frustration levels, and emotional reactions patterns among an available sample of students at the University of Jordan and King Faisal University at the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, according to some demographic variables, The sample consisted of (426) male and female students registered for the first semester of the academic year (2011-2012) academic year. To achieve the goals of the study and to answer its questions two tools were used, the first one was the social frustration levels, and the second one is the Emotional Reactions Patterns Scales. After administration of the two tools, and collecting the needed data, and statistically analyzing it, the study, results showed existence of positive correlation relationship between the social frustration levels, and the euphoria emotional reaction pattern, Pearson correlation coefficient was (0.27). And there was negative correlation relationship between the social frustration levels, and dysphoria emotional reaction pattern, Pearson correlation coefficient was (-0.21) among the overall study sample individuals in light of the study results, the investigator recommends the importance of activating the psychological and educational guidance and counseling centers at both Universities to work at constructing aimful counseling programs to help suit an emotionally appropriate a tmpos-here an campus. That is to read both the social frustration levels, and the emotional reaction patterns. For that these variables are crucial in the University student personality.

Keywords


Social Frustration levels, Emotional Reactions Patterns, The University of Jordan, King Faisal University.

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