Associations between Justice Scores, Care Scores, General Negative Affect, and General Positive Affect and Gender of Undergraduate Students at Prince of Songkla University

  •  Kasetchai Laeheem    
  •  Kanda Janyam    


This study investigated the association between the justice scores, care scores, general negative affect, andgeneral positive affect among male and female undergraduate students at Prince of Songkla University, Thailand.Data were collected from 2,668 participants who were selected by means of systematic random samplingtechnique and data analyses by calculating odds ratios and employing chi-square tests using the EcStat program.The results revealed that the justice scores, care scores, general negative affect, and general positive affect werestatistically significant associations with gender of students (p = .000). Male students were greater than femalestudents had justice scores and general positive affect at a high level and moderate level. Meanwhile more malestudents had care scores and general negative affect with a low level than female students.

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