Poor undergraduates' interpersonal sensitivity analysis and countermeasures

Author(s): Zhu Yong-Bin, Yan Li, Li Jun-Sheng

Research shows that those students from poor families are easy to produce such low selfesteem, depression, anxiety and other mental confusion; Targeted positive mental health education can effectively help them get rid of psychological distress and better adapt to college life, and to lay the foundation for future social adaptation. Objective: Explore the relationship between poor mental health and interpersonal sensitivity among college students and provide a theoretical basis for poor mental health education. Method: Extracting a certain number of poor students and non-poor students as an object, using the Symptom Checklist, Social Avoidance and Distress Scale and the feeling of inadequacy Scale for testing. Result: The positive detection rate and positive rate of social problems in poor students tested for their mental health on interpersonal sensitivity, social confidence and other factors are higher than the non-poor students. Conclusions: Mental Health poorer levels of poverty, strong interpersonal sensitivity; social confidence, learn selfconfidence and sense of self-worth because they have a significant impact

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