Relationship between personality and depression of floating adolescents: regulating effect of subjective health
DONG Dan1, WANG Daoyang1,2
1.Department of Psychology, Anhui Normal University, Wuhu 241000, Anhui Province, China; 2.Collaborative Innovation Center of Assessment toward Basic Education Quality, Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100875, China
Abstract：Objective To investigate effect of subjective health on the relationship between personality and depression of floating adolescents. Methods A total of 351 floating adolescents were investigated by subjective health complaints index (SHCI), ten-item personality inventory in China (TIPI-C), and Beck-depression rating scale-13. Results ① There were significantly negative correlations between exogenous, responsible, pleasant, and open personalities, and subjective health and depression. Neuroticism was significantly positively correlated with depression. ② Subjective health played a regulatory role in the relationship between pleasantness, neuroticism, and openness and depression. For low-subjective healthy adolescents, neuroticism could predict predisposing depression, but pleasant and open personalities had no predictive effect on depression. For the high-subjective healthy adolescents, the neurotic personality still had a positive predictive effect on depression, but the positive predictive effect was weakened; the pleasant and open personality could negatively predict depression. Conclusion The high level of subjective health can reduce the positive predictive effect of neurotic personality on depression and enhance the negative predictive effect of pleasant and open personality on depression. Low-subjective health level enhances the positive predictive effect of neuroticism on depression.
董 丹，王道阳. 流动青少年的人格与抑郁的关系：主观健康的调节作用[J]. 教育生物学杂志, 2018, 6(1): 24-.
DONG Dan, WANG Daoyang. Relationship between personality and depression of floating adolescents: regulating effect of subjective health. JOURNAL OF BIO-EDUCATION, 2018, 6(1): 24-.