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Investigation on the Current Situation of Psychological Capital of Hearing-impaired College Students: Taking Leshan Normal University as an example

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DOI: 10.23977/aduhe.2022.040206 | Downloads: 13 | Views: 721


Xiaohuan Hu 1, Yan Li 2


1 Pan Zhi Hua City Special Education School, Pan Zhi Hua, 617000, China
2 Le Shan Normal University, Le Shan, 614000, Sichuan, China

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Yan Li


In order to understand the psychological capital status of hearing-impaired college students, 144 hearing-impaired college students in Leshan normal university were studied with the questionnaire of positive psychological capital. The results show: (1) The psychological capital of hearing-impaired college students is generally at an upper-middle level; (2) Hearing-impaired college students' psychological capital and the development of various dimensions are unevenly developed. They develop well in the dimensions of hope and optimism, but lack in the dimensions of self-efficacy and resilience; (3) There are significant differences in gender in the dimension of self-efficacy, significant differences in self-efficacy and resilience dimensions between the only child or not, significant differences in the dimensions of self-efficacy between student cadres or not, and significant differences in grades in the total psychological capital scale, the level of hearing impairment does not reach a significant level in psychological capital.


Hearing-impaired; college school students; Psychological capital


Xiaohuan Hu, Yan Li, Investigation on the Current Situation of Psychological Capital of Hearing-impaired College Students: Taking Leshan Normal University as an example. Adult and Higher Education (2022) Vol. 4: 36-45. DOI:


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