To explore the emotional (positive, negative) and emotional expression of college students during the two weeks. Explore the emotional (positive, negative) and emotional expression experienced by undergraduate students within 2 weeks. the way. A questionnaire survey was conducted on 36 university students to analyze statistical emotion counts and emotional expression. There was a statistically significant difference in the frequency of positive emotions and negative emotions (Z=-2.903, P=0.004); there was no statistically significant difference in positive emotion expression and negative emotion expression; positive emotions were not expressed and negative emotions were not The difference between the expressions was statistically significant (Z=-2.68, P=0.007); negative emotions were significantly more negative than positive emotions (Z=-3.245, P=0.001). Conclusion: 1 College students had significantly more negative emotions than positive emotions; 2 had no statistically significant difference in the amount of emotional expression; 3 positive and non-negative emotions showed no statistically significant differences, and negative emotions also showed significant negative expressions. More than positive emotions; 4 need to guide college students to use cognitive re-evaluation and other positive emotion regulation strategies.
|Translated title of the contribution||A survey of college students' emotions and their expressions|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|