Health> Vol.6 No.5, February 2014

Family is the most influential factor on happiness in high school students

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ABSTRACT

This study is to investigate the influential factors on the happiness of high school students with questionnaires in Guangdong province. The results show that family, health, character, life, ideal, learning, friend, education, leisure are the influential factors on happiness. Among these influential factors, family is the most influential factor on high school students’ happiness, followed by health.

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Wu, Z. (2014) Family is the most influential factor on happiness in high school students. Health, 6, 336-341. doi: 10.4236/health.2014.65049.

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