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This research aimed to study variables related to the happiness among nursing students in the Faculty of Nursing, Kasem Bundit University. The research sample consisted of 248 students. A questionnaire was used for data collection. It was revealed that 82.3 percent of the sample was happy. The variables that were related significantly (p ≤0.05) to happiness were age, self-esteem, stress, resilience, family relationships and relationships with friends.
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