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A Survey of the Current Situation of College Students’ Psychological Resilience and its Relationship with Social Support under the Unprecedented Changes in a Century

Tiejun Ji


This study uses empirical analysis to explore the current situation of college students’ psychological resilience under the great changes that have not occurred in the past century, and the impact of social support on psychological resilience. The results show that the current college students’ psychological resilience shows a good level; There are some differences in demographic variables; There is a significant positive correlation between social support and resilience, and it has a significant positive predictive effect on resilience.


College students; Social support; Psychological resilience

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i6.7681