quality of life in psychology refers to the extent to which a person obtains satisfaction from life, considering various factors such as well-being, interpersonal relations, personal growth, human rights, self-determination and social participation. quality of life is a subjective measure that depends on the individual’s perception of their position in life in relation to their goals, expectations, standards and concerns. It is also influenced by the person’s physical and mental health, as well as their environmental and social conditions. quality of life is an important concept for psychologists because it reflects the person’s overall well-being and happiness.

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