Effect of self-confidence on high school student's social adjustment

Flavianus A. Christanto, Tritjahjo D. Susilo, Yustinus Windrawanto


The objective of this research was to evaluate whether self-confidence influenced students’ social adjustment significantly. One hundred and twenty students in Class X SMA Kristen 1 Salatiga was sampled and given questionnaires regarding self-confidence and social adjustment. The data was then analyzed quantitatively using simple linear regression. Results showed that there was a significant positive influence of self-confidence on social adjustment. Self-confidence explained 26.40% variation of social adjustment.


self-confidence; social adjustment; high school

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23887/jpp.v51i3.15922


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