Irrational Beliefs among Jordanian College Students and Relationship with Self-Confidence

Emad Muhammad Al- Salameh

Abstract


This study aims to investigate the irrational beliefs among Jordanian college students and relationship with self-confidence. To fulfill this, (500) students were randomly chosen from Al-Balqa' Applied University in Jordan. Results of the study may be summarized as follows: There was a statistically significant counterproductive relationship between irrational beliefs and self-confidence, There was a statistically significant effect of gender and educational level on the irrational belief; males and first year students were more acceptable to irrational beliefs, and There was a statistically significant effect of gender and educational level on self-confidence level in favor of females and fourth year students.

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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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