Problems of Non-Intelligence Factors During College Students Training

Liang CUI


As society develops and time progresses, in order to achieve comprehensive and free development, college students need not only a strong ability to learn, but also the right motivation, a strong interest, full enthusiasm, strong perseverance in learning as well as a healthy personality. Among which, motivation, interest, emotion, will, character and others are considered non-intelligence factors. In the process for young students to grow up and become a useful person, training for non-intelligence factors not only help college students establish the correct direction and goals, but also help them go from motivation to purpose, from cognition to practice. It encourages them to persevere and advance consistently toward their established goals. Thus, the various issues that arose in the course of training college students for non-intelligence factors have become one of the topics that draw increasing attention from college ideological and political education workers.


College students; Non-intelligence factors

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Cao, L. L. (2006). Functionality of education on developing non-intelligence factors of college students (Unpublished master’s thesis). Changchun: Northeast Normal University. (In Chinese).

Yin, G. E. (1990). Discussion on non-intelligence factors. New Buds Publishing House. (In Chinese).



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