FACTORS AFFECTING LONELINESS IN AMBIVALENCE OVER EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIVENESS
Cognitive emotion regulation is to control the emotions of the self and minimize the negative emotional effects and maximize the positive emotions. Nursing college students majoring in nursing need to maximize the use of positive emotional control strategies. This study is a descriptive research to analyze the factors affecting loneliness in the ambivalence of emotional expression of college students. The subjects of this study were 194 nursing students who understood the purpose of the study and agreed to participate in the study. The subjects of this study were 4 nursing college students in B city and C city. The survey data were analyzed using frequencies, percentages, means, t-test, ANOVA, Pearson correlation coefficient and stepwise multiple regression with the SPSS WIN 21.0 program. The results of this study showed that loneliness was positively correlated with ambivalence over emotional expressiveness(r=.43, p<.001) and loneliness was negatively correlated cognitive emotion regulation (r=-.22, p=.003), emotional expressiveness(r=-.39, p<.001). Factors affecting ambivalence over emotional expressiveness on loneliness was interpersonal relationship(β=.42, p<.001), ambivalence over emotional expressiveness(β=.29, p<.001), cognitive emotion regulation(β=-.23, p<.001) and emotional expressiveness(β=-.14, p=.040). The explanatory power of these variables was 43.2%. It is necessary for nursing college students to maintain a good interpersonal relationship and to help them use positively cognitive emotional regulation strategies for positive college life adjustment.
Keywords: Emotional Expressiveness, Ambivalence, Loneliness, Nursing, Affecting Factors.
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