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Study on College Students’ Ego-identity and Its Relationship with Dormitory Interpersonal Relationship

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Tutor: GuoZhanYu
School: Shenyang Normal
Course: Applied Psychology
Keywords: University student,Self-identity,Dormitory Interpersonal Relations
CLC: B841
Type: Master's thesis
Year:  2011
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Abstract:
In recent years, students dormitory interpersonal problems has attracted the interest and attention of the community. Dormitory interpersonal bad not only will affect the normal life of the students learning, even maladaptive direct cause students to school. Therefore, students dormitory interpersonal in-depth study of the structure, characteristics, and its relationship with the self-identity, on the formation of the college students to cultivate a sound personality and health psychology has a certain theoretical and practical significance. In this study, based on analysis of a large number of domestic and foreign information using open-ended questionnaire collected the project, the preparation of students dormitory interpersonal questionnaire. Students' Dormitory college students as the object of study, students dormitory interpersonal structure to explore and verify students dormitory interpersonal relationships and self-identity, on the basis of further discussion of the system, the following conclusions: 1. Self The interpersonal questionnaire has good reliability and validity, and can be used as a tool for measuring students dormitory interpersonal. Students dormitory interpersonal groups, cognitive, speech communication, scrambling his behavior, sharing behavior and personal characteristics of five factors constitute the basic empirical model and the theoretical concept of model fitting. From college students dormitory interpersonal relationships of the overall level of liberal arts survive in significant grade differences; first-year students in the presence of significant with the professional differences; verbal communication dimension, science survive in significant grade differences; significant first-year students in the presence of professional differences; scrambling his behavior dimension girls exist significant of professional differences; liberal arts survive significant gender differences; sharing behavior dimension, the first-year students in the presence of significant of professional differences; boys exist significantly the grade differences; first-year students there are significant gender differences; personal characteristics dimension, the first-year students in the presence of significant of professional differences; liberal arts survive in significant grade differences; boys exist significantly with the grade differences; girls exist significantly with the grade differences; fourth-grade students in the presence significantly with the gender differences; addition to sharing behavior dimension there are significant gender differences; each dimension and total scores were significant grade differences. Student self-identification with the dormitory interpersonal relationships was a significant positive correlation, which is now self-investment and future self-invested dimensions can significantly predict dormitory interpersonal.
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