The development of psychological well-being programme based on six factormodel psychological well-being ryff (1989)

The aims of this study were to develop and validate a Psychological Well-Being Programme for primary school children based on 6 Factor Model Psychological Well- Being by Ryff (1989). This Program encompassed 6 sub programme and 8 activities developed along the concept and components of the 6 Factor Model Psychological Well- Being by Ryff(1989). The design method used in this study involved a descriptive approach involving expert judgment. In addition,literature review was used to examine the need for developing of Psychological Well-Being Programme and to justify usage the6 Factor Model Psychological Well- Being by Ryff (1989). The instruments used to determine the content validity of the programme as advocated by Jamaludin (2002) is a modification from Russell (1974). The sample of the study comprised six experts in the field of counseling and psychology. A statistical software was used to analyze the descriptive statistics of the collected data which revealed promising results. The values computed for the content validity were high, ranging from 80% to 93%. These findings reinforce the Six Factor Model Psychological Well- Being by Ryff(1989) in the design of Psychological Well-Being Programme for primary school children in Malaysia. Implications of the findings are discussed.

Author: 
Norsayyidatina Che Rozubi and Lau Poh Li
Journal Name: 
Int J Inf Res Rev
Volume No: 
02
Issue No: 
09
Year: 
2015
Paper Number: 
0571
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