This study analyzes the psychological needs, daily life stress and well-being related to recreational sports for student at National Taiwan University and aims to explore the relationship between variables. Taking the college students at National Taiwan University as the subjects of study, this research adopts questionnaire (including personal background variables, psychological needs, life stress and well-being for recreational sports) and purposive sampling to obtain a total of 481 valid samples. ＂Autonomy＂ ranks the highest among psychological needs. ＂Academic pressure＂ ranks the highest among daily life stress. Students' overall well-being desire more improvement. In terms of psychological needs, life stress and well-being for recreational sports, the psychological needs are positively correlated to subjective well-being, and the life stress is negatively correlated to subject well-being. In terms of how psychological needs and life stress predict the status of wellbeing, the competence among the variables of psychological needs and the academic pressure, family pressure, interpersonal relationship and career development among daily life stress show significant influence on well-being. When the students show high level of satisfaction with competence, the perception of happiness is higher. When the perception of academic, career development, family pressure and interpersonal relationship pressures are higher, the perception of well-being is lower. Therefore, we have to understand the situation about psychological needs, daily life stress related to recreational sports for college students, and well planning related methods in order to release heavy daily life stress and increase their happiness perception. These are quite important and pragmatic methods. We have to keep concerning this issue and looking deeper.
|Translated title of the contribution||Study of Psychological Needs, Daily Life Stress and Well-Being Related to Recreational Sports for Students at National Taiwan University|
|Original language||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Number of pages||10|
|State||Published - 1 Mar 2016|