Personality, leisure satisfaction, and subjective well-being of serious leisure participants

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Huimei Liu
Cite this article:  Liu, H. (2014). Personality, leisure satisfaction, and subjective well-being of serious leisure participants. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 42(7), 1117-1126.


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I examined the relationships among personality, leisure satisfaction, and subjective well-being (SWB) in a sample of participants (N = 193) in 7 arts groups at a key eastern Chinese university. Correlations and regression results indicated: (a) extraversion was significantly positively correlated with overall leisure satisfaction, whereas neuroticism was significantly negatively correlated with overall leisure satisfaction; (b) leisure satisfaction was significantly positively correlated with SWB; (c) after personality traits were controlled, leisure satisfaction still impacted SWB positively. Findings are discussed and practical implications are outlined.

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