Psychology Assignment | Quality of Life

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A concept analysis of quality of lifeStudent Name:University31stJanuary 20181
Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................3Methodology....................................................................................................................................3Sampling......................................................................................................................................3Design..........................................................................................................................................3Results..............................................................................................................................................3Descriptive Statistics....................................................................................................................3Summary statistics for age.......................................................................................................4Reliability.....................................................................................................................................6Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)................................................................................................10Discussion and conclusion.............................................................................................................142
AbstractIn this study we aimed to understand the relationship between life satisfaction scores ofparticipants and their demographic characteristics. A total of506 participants took part in thestudy where majority were found to be the female participants. The average age of therespondents was found to be 33.2 with a median age of 30 years old. The most frequent age(mode) was 19 years while the youngest and the oldest participants were aged 86 and 18 yearsold. Results showed that there is no significant difference in the positive affect totals for thedifferent marital status. However, it was established that the marital status of the individualssignificantly affect their negative affect, satisfaction with life, extraversion scores,conscientiousness scores, emotional stability scores and perceived stress scale total (p-values <0.05). Marital status had more diverse impact of the quality life as compared to the gender issues.IntroductionThis research sought to analyze the life satisfaction scores of participants sampled in a study. Atotal of 506 participants took part in the study. Different measures of life satisfaction were used.The scores measured included: Ten-Item Personality Inventory-(TIPI), Positive and Negativeaffect (PANAS) andPerceived Stress Scale (PSS).MethodologySamplingA simple random sampling was employed to select individuals into the study. A total of 506participants were included in the study.3
DesignA cross-sectional study was done to understand the relationship between different measures ofquality of life and the participants’ demographic characteristics. Some of the demographiccharacteristics in the study included; marital status, gender of the respondent.ResultsDescriptive StatisticsWe present the descriptive statistics of the data set used. We begin by looking at the frequencydistribution for the variable “Gender”. As can be seen, majority of the participants (57.2%, n =214) we females while 42.8% (n = 286) were male respondents.SexFrequencyPercentValid PercentCumulativePercentValidmale21442.342.842.8female28656.557.2100.0Total50098.8100.0Missing-9961.2Total506100.0Summary statistics for ageThe average age of the respondents was found to be 33.2 with a median age of 30 years old. Themost frequent age (mode) was 19 years while the youngest and the oldest participants were aged86 and 18 years old.StatisticsAgeNValid502Missing4Mean33.204
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