This study assesses resiliency and life satisfaction of high school youth from Belize. Due to the contrast of geography, culture, and economic characteristics, between Belize and the U.S. many differences were hypothesized to be found. Resiliency and life satisfaction were hypothesized (a) to be lower in the youth from Belize when compared with previous studies of youth conducted in the United States, (b) youth in Belize, who have high resilience, will also have high life satisfaction and (c) youth who has low life satisfaction will also have very little resiliency.
International Journal of Psychological Studies
Youngblom, R., Houlihan, D., & Nolan, J. (2014). An Assessment of Resiliency and Life Satisfaction in High School-Aged Students in Belize. International Journal of Psychological Studies, 6 (4), 115-122.
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Originally published by the Canadian Center of Science and Education in International Journal of Psychological Studies, volume 6, issue number 4, 2014, pages 115-122. Available online: http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/ijps.v6n4p115.
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