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Study on the Mental Health of Impoverished College Students Education

DOI: 10.4236/ce.2018.96064, PP. 870-878

Keywords: Mental Health, College Students, Psychological Health Problems

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With economic and social development, the psychological health problems of poor college students present new characteristics and new situation. Psychological causes become more complex and malignant events happen frequently. To solve the adverse psychological conditions is urgently needed in the college students’ education work. Poor college students work, is to be about colleges and universities in the new period of cultivating qualified builders and reliable successors for the socialist basic task, according to a new problem, to explore the root causes, to find the effective method to solve the problem of poor college students mental health, and improve the pertinence and effectiveness of poor college students mental health work, to do a good job in people’s satisfactory education, train and bring up all-round development of socialist builders and successors.

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