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心理科学进展 ›› 2013, Vol. 21 ›› Issue (8): 1357-1370.doi: 10.3724/SP.J.1042.2013.01357

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  1. (渤海大学 教育与体育学院 暨 教育心理研究所, 辽宁锦州 121013)
  • 收稿日期:2013-02-27 出版日期:2013-08-15 发布日期:2013-08-15
  • 通讯作者: 范会勇
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A Meta-analysis of the Relationship between Social Support and Subjective Well-being

SONG Jiameng;FAN Huiyong   

  1. (School of Education and Sports Science & Institute of Educational Psychology, Bohai University, Jinzhou 121013, China)
  • Received:2013-02-27 Online:2013-08-15 Published:2013-08-15
  • Contact: FAN Huiyong

摘要: 研究目的是探讨基于社会支持评定量表的社会支持与主观幸福感的相关, 并探讨影响二者关系的研究特征。纳入元分析86篇原始研究, 产生了89个独立样本, 样本总量为32948。结果显示, 主观支持、客观支持和支持利用度, 与主观幸福感总体、生活满意度、积极情感之间存在中等程度的显著正相关, 与消极情感之间呈中等程度的显著负相关。二者之间的相关受被试群体类型的调节, 即在不同被试群体中二者的相关大小不同。

关键词: 社会支持, 主观幸福感, 社会支持评定量表, 生活满意度, 积极情感, 消极情感

Abstract: This meta-analysis was designed to explore the relationship between social support and subjective well-being, and moderating effects of primary study characteristics on their associations. 86 primary studies were identified with a total sample size of 32948 participants. Results of the meta-analysis showed that the social support rating scale (SSRS), including its three dimensions, correlated significantly with subjective well-being, satisfaction with life, positive affect, and negative affect, with rs ranging from -0.23 to 0.36. These correlations were moderated by type of participants. Among deaf/dumb students and middle school students correlations were highest while associations were lowest in older samples. Other study characteristics including type of publication, year of publication, and well-being scales employed did not have significant moderating effects on the relationship between SSRS and subjective well-being. Several unresolved issues and future research directions are also discussed.

Key words: social support, subjective well-being, social support rating scale, satisfaction with life, positive emotion, negative emotion