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Sternberg, R.J. and Vroom, V. (2002) The Person versus the Situation in Leadership. The Leadership Quarterly, 13, 301-323.
https://doi.org/10.1016/S1048-9843(02)00101-7

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  • TITLE: Antecedents of Psychological Adjustment of International Students Studying in China: The Roles of Self-Efficacy and Self-Esteem

    AUTHORS: Werede Tareke Gebregergis, Desbele Tekie, Dawit Yikealo, Aster Habte

    KEYWORDS: Self-Efficacy, Self-Esteem, Psychological Adjustment, International Students

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.7 No.2, February 28, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Among many factors, individual difference variables are believed to be critical aspects of students’ psychological adjustment. The present study was, therefore, conducted in this context to determine the relationships between self-efficacy, self-esteem and psychological adjustment variables of depression and life satisfaction. The participants of the study were international university students (N = 328) studying in three Chinese universities in Hubei Province, Wuhan. To obtain the data, self-report questionnaires were distributed among the participants measuring their levels of self-efficacy, self-esteem, life satisfaction and depression. Hierarchical multiple regression analyses were performed to explore the relationship between the study variables while controlling the demographics. The regression output showed that both self-efficacy and self-esteem were positively related to life satisfaction and negatively related to depression. The study further conducted mediation analyses with the help of regression PROCESS macro. The mediation results indicated that self-esteem and life satisfaction showed full parallel mediating effects on the relationship between self-efficacy and depression. Self-esteem also mediated the self-efficacy-depression relationship. Exploring the relationships between the study variables may enrich the scientific understanding of acculturative psychological outcomes in the context of individual difference variables. Findings may also provide direction for host university communities in nurturing the self-esteem and self-efficacy of their fellow international students to better deal with their psychological adjustment difficulties.