Examination Of The Relationship Between High School Students' Problem Solving Skills, Perceived Stress, And Life Satisfaction

Volume 7 Issue 4
Mustafa Demir Nihan Arslan
Pages: 339-344 Download Count : 641 View Count: 763 DOI Number 10.24331/ijere.1179160 Facebook Share on Google+ Save to Zotero Save to Mendeley


This study was conducted to examine the relationships between problem solving skills, perceived stress and life satisfaction. In addition, it was aimed to determine how these variables changed according to demographic characteristics. The sample group of the research consists of a total of 430 high school students determined by the convenient sampling method. The research was designed with the Relational Screening Model. In the research, ' Sociodemographic Information Form', 'Problem Solving Skills Inventory', 'Perceived Stress Scale' and 'Life Satisfaction Scale' were used as data collection tools . Independent Groups t-Test, One-Way Analysis of Variance and Pearson Correlation Analysis were used in the analysis of the data. Findings obtained from the research show that there is a negative correlation between problem solving skills and perceived stress; It shows that there is a positive relationship between problem solving skills and life satisfaction, and a negative and statistically significant relationship between perceived stress and life satisfaction


  • Problem Solving
  • Perceived Stress
  • Life Satisfaction
  • High School Students
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