The purpose of this research is to analyze the life-feelings of the high school students and to find out the psychological factors which provide the life-feelings. The subjects were 406 high school students. The feelings in their life were selected. As a result, 108 1ife-feelings were selected out of 190. As a result of analyzing these 108 life-feelings, life-feelings of the high school students are divided into two groups. One is a positive feeling and the other is a negative feeling. The positive feelings are divided into 7 groups and the negative feelings are divided into 5 groups. As a result of analyzing these 12 life-feelings with the analysis of the canonical correlation, 4 psychological factors were found out. These 4 factors (1) relates with achieving purposes of their own (2) relates with people (3) relates with the time pressure (4) relates with their lacking of their self-confidence.
This study is to investigate and resoleve the influence of sex role attitudes of parents (male and female) on the choice of career patterns of their daughters who are university students. For this investigation, 311 male and 315 female parents were asked about their sex role attitudes toward their daughters, while 325 female adolescents were asked how they recognize the attitudes of their parents, how they evaluate them (i.e. sympathy or antipathy), and how they choose their own career patterns after graduation. As the result of these investigations, it was found out that both actual and recognized attitudes of parents have much influence on their daughters' sex role orientation: i.e.whether they should stay home or take some ccupation. It was found out, however, that although daughters are actually influenced by their parents' attitudes, how they are affected by them, on the other hand, depends on how they recognize and evaluate their parents' attitudes. It was also found out that how daughters evaluate their fathers' attitudes differs from how they do their mothers. For mothers, daughters' evaluations depend upon whether mothers' attitudes concide with daughters' own sex role orientation, while, for fathers, it depends on whether fathers respect their daughters' independency or not, how well they understand their daughters, and whether they treat their daughters with no discrimination for gender or not, in spite of daughters' own sex role orientation. In conclusiont it is mothers' attitudes as a same modele to indicate a life course to their daughters, while fathers' role is to prepare a standingpoint of life for their daughters and to encourage them with generosity.
The main purpose of this study was to classify types of unwilling matriculation to college, and to examine the factors of maladjustment to college. Five questionares were administered to 551 male and 478 femalecollege students. Questionnares: (1) on the satisfaction with college life, and (2) on the situation of aplication for their colleges, (3) on the reasons for their selection of their college, (4) SD scales of [Image of general college students] [Image of students in their own college] [Self-image], (5) Self-fulfillmentscale. The results were as fellows: Four types-'satisfaction', 'disapointment', 'acceptance', 'dissatisfaction'- were classified. It was made clear that one should think over what department is fit to his interest, and select college on his own will, in order to adapt to his college life. Some of those dissatisfied with their college, had done college selection, solely according to their deviation values of accademic records. Their self-fulfillment scores were low, and their images of their own college students were negative. The discrepancies among three images of 'dissatisfaction' type, were bigger than those of 'satisfaction' and 'acceptance'.