Boosting of Tolerance for Disagreement and Need to Belong Via Satisfaction, Psychological Well Being and Resilience among University Undergraduate Students
The present study examines the presence of satisfaction with life, psychological well-being and resilience will boost up tolerance for disagreement and need to belong among undergraduate students of university. To test the model, three factors (satisfaction with life, psychological well-being and resilience) are used to predict student’s tolerance for disagreement and need to belong which are important variables in academic achievement and constructive life. We administered scales of tolerance for disagreement, need to belong, satisfaction with life, Ryff’s psychological well-being and resilience. Using correlation and regression (path analysis) analysis, findings of the study explored that life satisfaction, PWB and resilience are predicting disagreement tolerance and belongingness need. This study is limited to one public university. Applied significance of the study is, it will help policy makers, educational planners, parents, counselors etc. to devise strategies which increase the satisfaction, psychological well-being and resilience will ultimately increase the disagreement tolerance and sense of belonging among students.