The Influence of Group Psychological Training on College Students’ Emotional Control Ability
作者: 张 蜀 ：西南大学心理学部，重庆 ;
Abstract: In view of some emotional problems faced by college students, we carried out group psychological counseling activities to carry out research and investigation. This study adopted the method of group counseling and intervention training to explore the effectiveness of emotional control ability training for college students’ emotional management. A total of 30 college students were selected as the experimental group and the other 30 were used as control group. Intervention was conducted through group counseling, and the Emotional Intelligence Scale (EIS) was used before and after counseling. The results showed that: ① The difference value between the two groups before and after the experiment was significantly different (P = 0.003 < 0.01). ② The total score after the experiment was significantly different with the score before the group counseling (P = 0.000 <0.001). ③ After the psychological activities of the group, there was significant difference between the experimental group and the control group (P = 0.000 <0.001). This shows that group counseling activities have a positive effect on promoting college students’ emotional control ability, and can help college students to adjust their bad emotion.
文章引用: 张 蜀 (2017) 团体心理训练对大学生情绪控制能力的影响。 心理学进展， 7， 403-410. doi: 10.12677/AP.2017.73051
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