The Influence of External Locus of Control on Life Stress: Evidence from Graduate Students in Thailand
AbstractThe purpose of this study was to explore the influence of external locus of control on life stress. A total of twenty-five graduate students from one public university in Thailand participated in data collection. A survey questionnaire was use to gather data from respondents. Results showed that external locus of control had a significant influence on life stress of graduate students at .05 level. Findings indicated that locus of control could explain 15.8% of variance to life stress of graduate students. Overall, the more external locus of control graduate students had, the more life stressful they experienced. Discussions, limitations, and recommendations for further studies were also conferred.
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Promsri, C. (2018, July 16). The Influence of External Locus of Control on Life Stress: Evidence from Graduate Students in Thailand. International Journal of Social Sciences Perspectives, 3(1), 38-41. Retrieved from http://onlineacademicpress.com/index.php/IJSSP/article/view/78