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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Aspects Of Student Psychology At The University

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AUTHOR(S)

Ahmad Muhammad Diponegoro, Meilia Wigati, Suci Putryani, Mu'mina Kurniawati S. J. Kahar, Nurnaningsih, Siti Nur Indasah

 

KEYWORDS

happiness, relation, goal, gratitude, material, student, indigenous

 

ABSTRACT

This study purpose to understand the issue of happiness college student which is the main theme in the problem. Happiness can be achieved with four criteria, is by being grateful for what is already owned, establishing relationships with the closest and dearest people, achieving goals according to what is desired, and fulfilling all needs with sufficient material. This writing uses a literature study to set the theoretical foundation and the validity used to refer to several references. Subject in research these are S1 and S2 students with age groups 18-21 (final adolescence years) and age groups of 22-30 adults who number 200 students. The selection of subjects in this study used a non-probability convenience sampling technique, is the process of taking subjects based on ease of access and selection in the area environment.

 

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