This research was conducted to investigate the correlation between optimism and self-esteem, career decisionmaking self-efficacy, hardiness, and resilience among midwifery college students. This research is quantitative with correlational design. Sample used are midwifery college students in the area of Jakarta, Banten, West Sumatera and West Java. Overall, 571 midwifery student was participated in this research by filling out the questionnaire consisting of LOT-R constructed by Scheier, Carver, and Bridges (1994), Rosenberg’s Selfesteem Scale constructed by Rosenberg (1965), CDSE-SF that constructed by Taylor and Betz (1983), DRS 15-R that constructed by Paul T. Bartone (2007) and was adapted by Lukman in Indonesia (2008) and CD-RISC constructed by Connor and Davidson (2003) and was adapted by Campbell-Sills and Stein (2007). The result showed that four variable had a positive correlation with optimism, which mean that if all increased, score of optimism on the midwifery students will also increase. On the other hand, variablity score of four variable was predictable by they correlation with optimism.
|Journal||Jurnal Kedokteran dan Kesehatan, 13(2), 134-143|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 2017|
- Optimism, CDSE, Hardiness, Resiliency, Self-esteem