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Relationship between Stress Intensity and Mental Health of Junior Middle School Students

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DOI: 10.38007/Proceedings.0000400

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Yue Song

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Yue Song

Abstract

In this study, 344 junior high school students were surveyed on their daily life events and mental health. It was found that among all kinds of stressful life events, life environment had the most negative impact on their psychology. Negative events had a stronger impact on women than men. There are significant grade differences in the mental health of junior middle school students. From the first grade to the third grade, there is an upward trend. The gender differences are mainly reflected in the interpersonal relationship sensitivity, depression, anxiety and fear symptoms of the second grade girls are significantly higher than that of the same grade boys. There was a significant positive correlation between the stress intensity of daily life events and the score of SCL - 90, and the relationship between life events and study stress and mental health was the most close. This study believes that psychological education for junior middle school students should be carried out in view of specific problems, and girls should be given more care.

Keywords

Junior middle school students; Stress; Mental health