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JournalISSN: 2753-7048

Lecture Notes in Education Psychology and Public Media 

About: Lecture Notes in Education Psychology and Public Media is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Psychology & China. It has an ISSN identifier of 2753-7048. Over the lifetime, 759 publications have been published receiving 7 citations. The journal is also known as: Lect Note Educ Psychol Public Media.

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TL;DR: In this article , the authors investigated the specific effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of college students and some common factors that lead to those impacts and found that the difficulty of adapting to the online learning system is one of the main elements that harm the psychological health of students.
Abstract: The incidence of mental illness among college students has increased significantly in recent years. This upward trend is aggravated by the COVID-19 pandemic since the worldwide pandemic is expected to negatively impacts peoples mental health. This study intents to investigate the specific effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of college students and some common factors that lead to those impacts. The results of previous studies show that the COVID-19 pandemic can increase the incidence of mental illness among people who have direct contact with coronavirus disease as well as people who do not have direct contact with coronavirus disease. Empirical data shows that college students likelihood of experiencing mental disorders related to depression and anxiety increased significantly while the pandemic is at its peak. College students around the world were all impacted similarly by the COVID-19 pandemic. The study supports that the difficulty of adapting to the online learning system is one of the main elements that harm the psychological health of college students. Another study suggests that the lack of physical activity during the pandemic resulted in an increase in the incidence of mental disorders among college students.

4 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper , the factors that contribute to intimate partner violence (IPV) are analyzed and the potential harm that IPV may do, such as physical and mental injuries, for example, is likely to be fatal.
Abstract: Understanding the factors that contribute to intimate partner violence (IPV) is the goal of the research presented in this article. Intimate relationship violence is defined as any physical abuse involving any kind of close personal interaction between two people. Another topic worth addressing is the potential harm that IPV may do, such as physical and mental injuries, for example, is likely to be fatal. For children the damage can be more severe. The impact of both internal and external elements is also taken into account in the text. The internal aspects talk about how genes, personalities, and early life experiences might affect IPV. Negative affectivity (NA) and social inhibition are more prevalent in type D personalities (SI), and this type is more likely to commit IPV. The creation of aggressive conduct and upbringing are related, according to external variables. This article aims to increase public awareness of the risks associated with IPV so that more people will be able to defend themselves. Stay away from engaging in unhealthy closeness. The outlook is to compute and statistically provide more accurate results by collecting more data to enable future research.

1 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper , the authors reveal unfair discrimination in order to reduce the misunderstanding and information mismatch and incomprehension, which lead to discrimination and misunderstanding, and reveal the impact of discrimination on people with mental illness.
Abstract: As a minority group, people with mentally illness are not deeply concerned with the society. Information mismatch and incomprehension lead to discrimination and misunderstanding. The purpose of this paper is to reveal this unfair discrimination in order to reduce the misunderstanding. Specifically, it introduces the specific mental illnesses or symptoms are more likely to be misunderstood by others, how discrimination was generated by people because of the inaccurate cognition towards mental illness, and the impact of discrimination on people with mental illness. The stigma not only harms patients in the process of socialization and integration of the society, but also influences patients families and daily life. These harms and disadvantages make patients suffer secondary hurting in addition to the disease. The expectation of treating this unfairness is that with the development of society and time, more and more people will understand the situation of patients with mental illness and be able to get along with them with a normal mind. Plus, it is the top priority of research to intervene such stigma and further reduce the negative impact on patients. However, due to the different implementation measures, the society lacks a real practice template. There is no real data on the effectiveness of the intervention. It is all theoretical, and there is no research based on the actual implementation results, which needs to be further addressed in future research.

1 citations

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TL;DR: Wang et al. as mentioned in this paper conducted a meta-analysis to determine whether exercise intervention or pharmacological therapy is more effective in treating eating disorders, and the result showed little difference in overall effectiveness, but different treatments may impact different symptoms of patients.
Abstract: Eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorders, can severely impact peoples physical and mental health. Among all psychological treatments, exercise has been examined lately as one of the novel methods. Multiple literature has proved its benefits on physical health, including improving cardiovascular function and growing skeletal musculature. Moreover, studies have demonstrated its benefits on treating depression and anxiety. However, exercise may be deemed inappropriate in treating eating disorders since patients usually engage in compulsive exercise. In addition to exercise treatment, medications have been broadly applied in eating disorder treatments. Major medications include Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI) and anti-psychotics. This meta-analysis aims to determine whether exercise intervention or pharmacological therapy is more effective in treating eating disorders. The result shows little difference in overall effectiveness, but different treatments may impact different symptoms of patients. Future researchers should continuously investigate the effect of exercise intervention and various types of pharmaceuticals to determine their practical application in eating disorder treatment according to the characteristics of specific patients

1 citations

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TL;DR: In this article , the authors used the reaction of Autonomic Nervous System (ANS), especially the part of Heart rate (HR), heart rate variability (HRV), and electrometal activity (EDA), to detect the emotional arousal caused by joyful pleasant music, isochronous tones, and unpleasant control stimuli.
Abstract: We already know tone language has different tones, but non-tone language does not. Music can cause our emotions to change. According to the relationship between languages and music, music and emotions, we want to design a study that uses the reaction of Autonomic Nervous System(ANS), especially the part of Heart rate (HR), heart rate variability (HRV), and electrometal activity (EDA) to detect the emotional arousal caused by joyful pleasant music, isochronous tones, and unpleasant control stimuli. The main purpose of the test is that to see if there are some differences from the sensitivity of music caused emotional changes between tone language speakers and non-tone language speakers. Also, further aim is to determine whether music therapy for different language speakers should be detailed to different frequency pitches changed music.
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2023759