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Year 2022, Volume 15, Issue 1, 146 - 168, 31.01.2022
https://doi.org/10.30831/akukeg.949736

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The Mediating Role of Psychological Resilience in the Relationship between Coping Humour and Psychological Well-being

Year 2022, Volume 15, Issue 1, 146 - 168, 31.01.2022
https://doi.org/10.30831/akukeg.949736

Abstract

This study examines the mediating role of psychological resilience in the relationship between psychological counsellors’ use of coping humour and psychological well-being through structural equation modelling. Research participants are constituted of 228 psychological counsellors between the age of 23 and 52, among which 130 are female and 98 are male. Data is collected through the scales of Coping Humour, Psychological Well-Being, and Psychological Resilience. Data is analysed through t-test, Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient, confirmatory factor analysis, and structural equation modelling. Findings demonstrate that there are positively significant differences between coping humour, psychological well-being, and psychological resilience. Moreover, coping humour significantly predicts psychological well-being in a positive direction whilst psychological well-being remains to be a partial mediating variable in this relationship. Findings show that the conceptual model developed for relationships between coping humour, psychological well-being, and psychological resilience is statistically supported.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Education, Scientific Disciplines
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Zöhre KAYA (Primary Author)
Van Yüzüncü Yıl Üniversitesi
0000-0001-9211-3632
Türkiye


Ferdi YAĞAN This is me
MİLLİ EĞİTİM BAKANLIĞI / HAKKARİ
0000-0002-6862-1288
Türkiye

Publication Date January 31, 2022
Application Date June 8, 2021
Acceptance Date December 23, 2021
Published in Issue Year 2022, Volume 15, Issue 1

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Bibtex @research article { akukeg949736, journal = {Journal of Theoretical Educational Science}, issn = {1308-1659}, eissn = {1308-1659}, address = {Eğitim Fakültesi, Eğitim 1 Binası, ANS Kampusu, 03200 / Afyonkarahisar}, publisher = {Afyon Kocatepe University}, year = {2022}, volume = {15}, pages = {146 - 168}, doi = {10.30831/akukeg.949736}, title = {The Mediating Role of Psychological Resilience in the Relationship between Coping Humour and Psychological Well-being}, key = {cite}, author = {Kaya, Zöhre and Yağan, Ferdi} }
APA Kaya, Z. & Yağan, F. (2022). The Mediating Role of Psychological Resilience in the Relationship between Coping Humour and Psychological Well-being . Journal of Theoretical Educational Science , 15 (1) , 146-168 . DOI: 10.30831/akukeg.949736
MLA Kaya, Z. , Yağan, F. "The Mediating Role of Psychological Resilience in the Relationship between Coping Humour and Psychological Well-being" . Journal of Theoretical Educational Science 15 (2022 ): 146-168 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/akukeg/issue/68143/949736>
Chicago Kaya, Z. , Yağan, F. "The Mediating Role of Psychological Resilience in the Relationship between Coping Humour and Psychological Well-being". Journal of Theoretical Educational Science 15 (2022 ): 146-168
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AMA Kaya Z. , Yağan F. The Mediating Role of Psychological Resilience in the Relationship between Coping Humour and Psychological Well-being. Journal of Theoretical Educational Science. 2022; 15(1): 146-168.
Vancouver Kaya Z. , Yağan F. The Mediating Role of Psychological Resilience in the Relationship between Coping Humour and Psychological Well-being. Journal of Theoretical Educational Science. 2022; 15(1): 146-168.
IEEE Z. Kaya and F. Yağan , "The Mediating Role of Psychological Resilience in the Relationship between Coping Humour and Psychological Well-being", Journal of Theoretical Educational Science, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 146-168, Jan. 2022, doi:10.30831/akukeg.949736