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The mediating role of psychological resilience between stress and mental health in newly trained soldiers

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DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2023.070302 | Downloads: 31 | Views: 474

Author(s)

Duoduo Yu 1, Cunchun Ye 1, Xianji Ma 1, Yuhang Yang 1

Affiliation(s)

1 Department of Education, Yunnan Normal University, Kunming, Yunnan, China

Corresponding Author

Cunchun Ye

ABSTRACT

A questionnaire survey was conducted on 419 newly trained soldiers using the Connor Davidson Resilience Scale, Chinese Perceived Stress Scale, and Symptom Self Rating Scale. The collected data was statistically analyzed using the statistical software SPSS26.0. Research shows that the stress level of newly trained soldiers is relatively low, and the total score of psychological resilience is higher than the total score of psychological resilience of new soldiers on the plateau and the total score of psychological resilience of new soldiers in field troops, indicating that the psychological resilience of newly trained soldiers in this study is better; The total score of newly trained soldiers in terms of mental health is significantly lower than the 2016 military norm and the Chinese norm, indicating that the newly trained soldiers in this study have good psychological conditions; The stress of newly trained soldiers has an impact on their mental health through the mediating effect of psychological resilience.

KEYWORDS

Newly trained soldiers; Psychological resilience; Pressure; mental health

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Duoduo Yu, Cunchun Ye, Xianji Ma, Yuhang Yang, The mediating role of psychological resilience between stress and mental health in newly trained soldiers. Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2023) Vol. 7: 6-11. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/aetp.2023.070302.

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