Analysis of Types of Psychological Crises of Chinese College Students

Tusheng JIANG

Abstract


Psychological crises prevention and intervention of Chinese college students are the main emphases of psychological health education in Chinese universities, which become a research hotspot in recent years. This paper, according to Chinese college students’ current situations, divides the college students’ psychological crises into eight types: adaptive type, learning-pressure type, love and emotional type, interpersonal relationship type, situational type, economy-pressure type, employment-pressure type, synthesizing type and so on, and gives different prevention and intervention measures for different types.


Keywords


College students; Psychological crises; Features; Types

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