Research and development of intellectual consciousness for Thai youths' quality of life

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The research aimed to explore and develop intellectual consciousness. The results showed that psycho-social factors such as cognitive social-emotional socialization from parents, teachers, and friends as well as self-control could predict students' intellectual consciousness which in turn had impact on students' prosocial behavior, problem-solving, and quality of life. It was also found that students who received oriental mind-body approach, cognitive-behavior modification, and self-control training programs had higher emotional intelligence, public mind, and appropriate consumption behavior than students who did not attend the training programs. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.




Choochom, O., Sukharom, A., Intasuwan, P., & Jinnge, P. (2010). Research and development of intellectual consciousness for Thai youths’ quality of life. In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences (Vol. 5, pp. 211–215). Elsevier Ltd.

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