Effects of Sports On Social Anxiety and Subjective Well-Being Levels of University Students

Aygül Çağlayan Tunç, Mehibe Akandere


The aim of this study is to examine the effects of social anxiety and subjective well-being levels of university students. Totally 600 students from the University of Konya, Konya, Turkey. Social Anxiety and subjective well-being tests are applied on participants. The statistical package program Spss 16.0 is used in order to analyze the data. The t test and variance analyzer (ANOVA) is used for independent groups while Tukey's test was used as multiple comparison tests for differences. The relationship between consistent data is being tested via pearson. Well-being scores of male or female students who do not do sports (P <0.05). Being criticized scores of men are not doing sports (P <0.05). Social avoidance scores were higher than boys (P <0.05). Consequently, it is seen as a self-being level.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v8i1.4552


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