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Emotional Regulation and Evaluation Analysis of Its Influence on Students' Academic Work

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DOI: 10.23977/aduhe.2021.030107 | Downloads: 15 | Views: 1178


Lv Jinghua 1,2


1 Malaysia University Of Science And Technology, Petaling Jaya 47810, Malaysia
2 Xi`An University Of Architecture And Technology, Xi`an, 710055, China

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Lv Jinghua


Emotions will affect people’s mental state, and mental state will have an impact on people’s thoughts and behaviors. For example, when people are in irritable emotions, their mental state will become more impetuous, and their thoughts will not be able to focus on things in front of them. Will not respond to things in front of you. In this case, a person’s ability to regulate emotions is very important. A good ability to regulate emotions can make people break away from bad emotions as short as possible. On the contrary, people will stay in bad emotions for a long time. Academically is no exception. Therefore, students’emotion regulation ability will have an impact on students’academic work. In order to understand the specific influence of this ability, this article will carry out related analysis, mainly discussing the relationship between emotion regulation ability and students’academic work, and constructing the influence evaluation system, then conduct evaluation practice, and finally propose strategies based on evaluation results.


Emotion regulation ability, Student, Academic impact evaluation


Lv Jinghua. Emotional Regulation and Evaluation Analysis of Its Influence on Students' Academic Work. Adult and Higher Education (2021) 3: 36-40. DOI:


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