Title

Predictors of orphanage residents' life satisfaction: Basic psychological needs and cognitive emotion regulation

Document Type

Journal Article

Publication Title

Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research

ISSN

10160604

Volume

35

Issue

3

First Page

493

Last Page

508

Publisher

National Institute of Psychology

School

School of Arts and Humanities

Comments

Shouket, H., & Dildar, S. (2020). Predictors of orphanage residents' life satisfaction: Basic psychological needs and cognitive emotion regulation. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 35(3), 493-508. https://doi.org/10.33824/PJPR.2020.35.3.26

Abstract

© 2020. The present study examined life satisfaction, basic psychological needs (autonomy, competence and relatedness) and cognitive emotion regulation strategies among Pakistani orphanages residents (8-17 years). For study, 372 residents comprised the sample of study, from three orphanage types. 123 residents of Pakistan Sweet Home (PSH), 128 residents of children's village and 121 residents of local orphanages completed the assessment battery consisted to Student Life Satisfaction Scale (SLSS; Huebner, 1991), Basic Psychological Need Satisfaction and Frustration Scale-Child version (NSF; Van der Kaap-Deeder et al., 2015) and Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire-Kids (ERQ; Granefski, Rieffe, Jellesma, Terwogt, & Kraaij, 2007). Analysis indicated relationship of study variables: life satisfaction, psychological needs and strategies of cognitive emotion regulation. Life satisfaction was positively predicted by relatedness satisfaction and autonomy satisfaction. However, unfulfilled relatedness need, and catastrophizing were negatively predicting satisfaction with life. Findings may be implicated for provision of better environment in orphanages of Pakistan.

DOI

10.33824/PJPR.2020.35.3.26

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