Abstract：Objective To investigate the mental health status of secondary school students in Wenzhou and to analyze its association with life events. Methods Cluster sampling method was used and Chinese Secondary School Students Mental Health Scale and Adolescence Life Events Scale were adopted to test 3 200 secondary school students. Results A total of 25.62% students had psychological problems,and 22.50 % of them had mild mental problems, and 3.13% of them had moderate mental problems,but none of them had severer psychological problems. Girls scored higher than boys in depression (P＜0.05).The scores of mental health in senior high school group was higher than that in junior high school group in the total scores of psychological health, average score, poor adaptation, emotional fluctuation, compulsion, interpersonal sensitivity, depression, anxiety, paranoid ideation, psychological imbalance and learning pressure. The middle school students' psychological problems were learning pressure (47.79%), forced (44.12%), mood swings (42.23%), anxiety (33.76%), poor fit (32.21%), and interpersonal sensitivity (30.62%). The middle school students' life events in the assessment of interpersonal relationship was the highest score (5.74±4.25); followed by learning pressure (5.70±3.79), punishment (4.63±3.67), loss (2.86±2.68), health (2.48±2.14) .Multiple linear regression analysis showed that learning pressure and interpersonal events were the influencing factors of mental health of middle school students, and the influence of learning stress events was greater than that of interpersonal events. Conclusion The pressure of study, forcing problems presented in middle school students in Wenzhou,especially high school students.Pressure of study, interpersonal relationships were the main life events influencing mental health of middle school students in Wenzhou.
林春燕,陈亚林,丁万涛. 温州市中学生心理健康状况与生活事件的关系研究[J]. 预防医学, 2017, 29(2): 128-131.
LIN Chun-yan, CHEN Ya-lin, DING Wan-tao. A study on mental health status of secondary schoolstudents and its influencing life events. Preventive Medicine, 2017, 29(2): 128-131.