EJIHPE | Free Full-Text | Assessing the Relationship between Prosocial Behavior and Well-Being: Basic Psychological Need as the Mediator
2.1. Prosocial Behavior and Well-Being
Based on the aforementioned literature, we propose the following hypothesis:
There is a positive association between prosocial behaviors (PB) and well-being (WB). In other words, individuals who engage in more prosocial behaviors will have higher levels of well-being.
2.2. The Mediating Effect of Basic Psychological Needs
Building upon the existing literature, we propose the following hypothesis:
The satisfaction of basic psychological needs mediates the relationship between prosocial behavior and well-being among vocational students. Specifically, vocational students who engage in more prosocial behaviors will experience increased satisfaction with their basic psychological needs, which will be associated with higher levels of well-being.
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