This study examined the relationship between minority and non-minority status with the variables being: humor orientation, self-disclosure, perceived stress, emotional intelligence, loneliness, and academic success. Participants (n = 76) were asked to complete an anonymous survey on Qualtrics to determine the relationships amongst the variables. The results revealed that loneliness has positive effects on minority students.
"Coping with Loneliness and Academic Success,"
Research and Innovation Village: Vol. 1
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.bryant.edu/riv/vol1/iss1/2