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The purpose of the study is to determine the effect of gender and age groups on wellness of university students.In order to gather data “Well-Star Scale” was used. Sample of the study was consist of 145 (111 women, 34 man)students. The ages of the participants ranged between 17 and 29 (1. Group: 17-22; 2. Group: 23-28, 3. Group:above 29). t test and one way variance analysis were employed for data analysis. It is found that the wellness scores of the man higher than woman. There is a significant difference according to the wellness scores of different age groups. It is apparent that wellness scores get lower as age increases. In terms of the subdimensions,there is a significant difference between the different age groups only in "meaning and purpose of life factor”.
Keywords: Wellness,well star scale, well star model, sex,age.
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