The Relationship between Medical Students' Family Cohesion, Adaptation and Learning Burnout: the Mediating Effect of Psychological Resilience
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- Learning Burnout, Family Cohesion, Family Adaptability, Resilience, Mediating effect
Objective To investigate the characteristics of resilience family cohesion, adaptability and learning burnout, and analyse the relationship among them. Methods: One thousand six hundred and twenty- five undergraduates who were collected from Seven Universities in Guangdong by stratified random sampling method were investigated with Learning Burnout Scale for Chinese Undergraduates (LBSCU), Family Adapation and Cohension Scale, Second Edition-Chinese Version (FACESII-CV) and Resilience Scale for Chinese Adolescent (RSCA). Result: (1) The total score of LBSCU was in the medium level. (2) There was a significantly positive correlation to each other among the total score of LBSCU, the total score of RSCA, the score of family Cohension and family adapation (r=-0.179~-0.388, Ps 0.05). It had a partially mediating effect of the total score of RSCA when the score of family Cohension was taken as a predictor to the total score of LBSCU, and the ratio was 55.8%. It had a partially mediating effect of the total score of RSCA when the score of family adaption was taken as a predictor to the total score of LBSCU, and the ratio was 65.3%.Conclusion: Both family Cohension and family adapation had a significant effect on the views on marriage and love by resilience in undergraduates.
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TY - CONF AU - Yongmei Hou AU - Riman Liang PY - 2017/12 DA - 2017/12 TI - The Relationship between Medical Students' Family Cohesion, Adaptation and Learning Burnout: the Mediating Effect of Psychological Resilience BT - Proceedings of the 2017 International Seminar on Social Science and Humanities Research (SSHR 2017) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 60 EP - 66 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/sshr-17.2018.11 DO - 10.2991/sshr-17.2018.11 ID - Hou2017/12 ER -