Life satisfaction and depression associated with a fashion designer's creative design process

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2018-01-01
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Hwang, Ja Young
Hahn, Kim
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The aim of this study is to understand the effects of life satisfaction and depression level of fashion designers on their perception of effort, challenges, and harmonious passion during their creative design process. The results indicate that overall, compared to the highly-depressed, low life satisfaction group, those in the low-depressed, high life satisfaction group, tend to exert more effort, have higher harmonious passion, and value their work more highly.

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