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Construction of Action Model of Students' Mental Health Education System Based on Positive Psychology


  • Yao Shu-guang School of Education, Anyang normal University, Anyang, Henan, 455000, China


The investigation of students' mental health and personality characteristics provide a good awareness of the main problems in the mental health of student groups, to find effective intervention measures for the psychological counseling of students and promote the mental health of students. This study selected students as the research objects and conducted investigations on their psychological symptoms, subjective wellbeing, social support, and self-efficacy. A two-factor mobility model was constructed and tested for its various fitness indicators based on the collected data, verifying the mental health two-factor mobility model's applicability in student groups. Mental health problems mainly focus on five factors of obsessive-compulsive symptoms, emotional imbalance, learning pressure, maladjustment, and interpersonal tension and sensitivity. The detection rate of the student's mental health abnormality scale for the study object is very high, and the detection rate of the moderate and severe psychological problem scale is also very high, which requires more vigilance and attention. Emotional stability, school relationships, and school adaptation have a significant impact on students, and there is a close relationship between personal behavior and mental health. The overall incidence of students' bad behavior is relatively low, and the health hazard is relatively high. Gender, emotional stability, school conditions, and school intimacy have significant effects on it. It is recommended to carry out targeted mental health education and personal behavior intervention strategies based on students' characteristics.





How to Cite

Yao Shu-guang. (2021). Construction of Action Model of Students’ Mental Health Education System Based on Positive Psychology. Revista De Psicología Del Deporte (Journal of Sport Psychology), 29(4), 90–102. Retrieved from