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›› 2009, Vol. 17 ›› Issue (3): 516-520.

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The Effects of Class Counseling on Students After The Earthquake

PAN Yi-Zhong;WANG Fang;XU Yan;ZHANG Shu-Yue;TIAN Yi   

  1. Beijing Key Lab for Applied Experimental Psychology, School of Psychology, Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100875, China
  • Received:2009-03-23 Revised:1900-01-01 Online:2009-05-15 Published:2009-05-15
  • Contact: XU Yan

Abstract: Interference on students was carried out through class counseling in three weeks. The targets were 271 students from Da Le special compulsory education school in Sichuan Province. The results showed: (1) From 36 days to 57 days, these students’ PTSR and mental symptoms exhibited a downtrend, and positive emotions declined. (2) The students’ feedback showed that they had gained a lot, concluding reduction of fears, being full of gratitude, finding meaning of life, feeling happy and relaxed. (3) The interference accelerated the buffering of mental symptoms and prevented positive emotions from decline significantly, but had no significant instant effects on PTSR

Key words: 5·12 earthquake, emotion adjustment after earthquake, education on life, resiliency

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