Model of Psychological State Affecting to Global Warming Alleviation
The intention of psychologists tried to understand on human behavior, and then they had developed a large number of theories and models but they had the main focus on explanation how individual perceived and evaluated the stimulant before making decision to express his behavior. However, study on human behavior, it can’t be ignored the psychological state. Psychological state is a mental condition in which the qualities of a state are relatively constant even though the state itself may be dynamic but it contains certain characteristics that might be permanent for period of life. Especially, people is inspired for value of self-living, value of family living, attitude of sufficiency, religion belief, and Environmental Physical. The populations was 35, 010 undergraduate students of the first semester of academic year 2011 of Mahasarakham University. The simple random sampling was used to collect the sample for 450 undergraduate students with equivalent proportion according to fields of study. The questionnaire was employed as instrument for data collecting. LISREL was used for model verification. Results illustrated that the structural model, confirmatory factors of Psychological State (STATE) were able to explain the variation of confirmatory factors of Inspiration of Public Consciousness to caused Environmental Behaviors for Global Warming Alleviation with 63.4 percents. Therefore, the equation can be written as following.
BEH = 0.38 MIND + 0.29 STATE (1)
Key words: Model; Psychological State; Affecting; Global Warming Alleviation
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