Psychological Needs of Female Students of Hussein Bin Talal University and Their Relation to the Mothers’ Education and Work as A Model

Etaf Al-Kfaween

Abstract


The present study aimed to identify the level of psychological needs of students of Al-Hussein Bin Talal University and its relationship to the mother's education level and work in addition to the  academic specialization of the students, and to achieve the goal of the study a random  female students sample was selected from the university which  reached (176) students, the psychological needs scale was used, the results indicated that the level of psychological needs of the student was in the average level, and the differences were statistically significant among the students, according to the work of the mother in the dimensions of the psychological needs scale where the differences in the need for independence and the need for competence for the benefit of the working mothers children, and the need for belonging for the benefit of non-working mothers, and the differences between the students in the level of psychological needs according to the mother’s education were not statistically significant except for the need to belong, the differences were in favor of low mother education, the differences between the sample was statistically significant according to the variable of academic specialization, the differences in the need for independence and the need for competence were for the benefit of scientific colleges and the need for belonging was for the benefit of humanities colleges, the study recommended the work of courses for university students to develop their psychological needs.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jse.v9i4.15528

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