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International Journal of Social Science and Education Research

Vol. 6, Issue 2, Part A (2024)

The effect of self-help mindfulness intervention on enhancing self-efficacy in emotional regulation among college students

Author(s):

Tingting Wang, Haiyang Yu, Luhui Shao, Fangjing Wen and Li Liang

Abstract:

Self-help mindfulness intervention is a kind of psychological intervention that is based on mindfulness training and completed independently at home through books, the Internet, mobile phones and other means according to standardized treatment plans Lin Pingzhen, 2018. In order to explore the effect of self-help mindfulness intervention on improving the self-efficacy of emotional regulation among college students, this study used an emotional regulation self-efficacy questionnaire as an evaluation tool and adopted an experimental design of pre and post-tests in the experimental group control group. 24 college students were randomly recruited as participants in a certain university. Conduct 8 self-help mindfulness interventions for the experimental group (n=12) through group check-in; the control group (n=12) did not receive any counseling intervention. Perform statistical analysis on the pre and post test results of emotional self-efficacy in both groups after the intervention. It was found that there was a significant difference in the post test results between the experimental group and the control group, and there was a significant difference in the difference in results between the experimental group and the control group. Self-guided mindfulness intervention has a certain effect on enhancing the emotional efficacy of college students.

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International Journal of Social Science and Education Research
How to cite this article:
Tingting Wang, Haiyang Yu, Luhui Shao, Fangjing Wen and Li Liang. The effect of self-help mindfulness intervention on enhancing self-efficacy in emotional regulation among college students. Int. J. Social Sci. Educ. Res. 2024;6(2):10-15. DOI: 10.33545/26649845.2024.v6.i2a.109
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