Study on the Psychological Depression of International Students in China: Taking X University in Ningxia as an Example

Hongmei CUI

Abstract


With the continuous expansion of the number of international students coming to study in China, the psychological problems of international students studying in China are increasingly apparent. Fully understanding and analyzing the mental health problems of international students and the causes, taking targeted prevention and intervention measures, are of great significance to the education, management and development of international students. Therefore, it is very important to explore the psychological depression of international students in China.


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International students in China; Psychological depression; Prevention

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11250

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