This study examined the relationships between female college students' self-performance and exclusive attitudes to members of other small groups with respect to employment volitions to professionals and satisfaction with student lives. Subjects were 333 female college students that trained professionals. The research was conducted by means of a questionnaire and the following significant results were obtained. In the groups that female students were exclusive to members of other small groups, they who could not perform clearly or perform egotistically were not very anxious for being employed as professionals. In addition, they were not very satisfied with their student lives, either. On the other hand, female students, who could perform clearly, were very eager to be employed as professionals, and feel satisfaction with student lives, regardless of exclusive attitudes. The above results suggest that female students should perform clearly in order to be satisfied with student lives in colleges for training professionals.
The present study investigated about life history in adolescence through making life-history graph from dimension of important event, and impression and describing change of feelings and meanings about them on questionnaire. Furthermore, the purposes of this study were to understand self-development of adolescence in past-present-future and to investigate effects of reflection taken by graph making. Each time dimension were positioned as "meaning's re-construction toward affirmative vector for past life event", "affirmative meanings for present self", and "affirmative meanings for future". As a result, multiple aspects of self-development were shown by description-based qualitative analysis. Also, reflection effects such as "affirmative self-understanding", "eagerness to self-development", and "unfavorable self-understanding" was achieved. Furthermore practical significance was found. Throughout all discussion, possibility of "qualitative questionnaire method" by active usage of the life-history graph as adolescent psychological research method and descriptive data such as meanings and reflection was suggested.