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Title: Mental Health of 1948 Students at The Intensive Academic Program at Hebron University
Authors: katalo, kamel
Keywords: Key words: mental health, Intensive Academic Program
Issue Date: Jun-2016
Publisher: Journal Of Babylon Center For Humanities Studies
Citation: Katalo، Kamil Mental Health of 1948 Students at The Intensive Academic Program at Hebron University, Journal Of Babylon Center For Humanities Studies, Year :2016,Volume:6,Issue: 3.
Series/Report no.: Volume:6,Issue: 3.;174-213
Abstract: Abstract The study aims to reveal the reality of mental health for students, from the 1948 occupied Palestinian territories, and study in the Intensive Academic Program, and identify some mental health variables (sex, age, social status, family size, professional status, physical status, height, and weight). The study sample is chosen randomly and consists of 200 students, and Cornel new list (1986) was used, and the psychometric sufficiency was verified. The study concluded that students' symptoms of psychometric disorders were medium, and the most prominent symptoms are those related to insufficiency, then anger, sensitivity, stress, anxiety, and finally depression. As for the sex variable, the study showed differences in the following clinical dimensions: insufficiency, sensitivity, anger, and the total degree in favor of females. However, the study results have not shown differences in the other dimensions. As for age variable, the results showed differences in the dimensions of insufficiency, anxiety, anger and on the total degree in favor of students aged 21-23 years, with no differences in other dimensions. In addition, no differences were shown on all dimensions and total degree for social status variable, family size, and professional status. The results showed differences in the study dimensions relevant to anxiety, anger, stress, depression, and the total degree in favor of students who work and study, except insufficiency and sensitivity dimensions. As for the physical status (height) dimension, the study showed differences concerning anxiety and depression in favor of students who are not satisfied of their heights. No differences appeared in study dimensions relevant to insufficiency, sensitivity, anger, stress, and the total degree. As for the weight, differences were shown relating to clinical dimensions of depression, anxiety, sensitivity, stress, and the total degree in favor of students who are not satisfied with their weights. In addition to non-existence of differences in study dimensions relating to insufficiency and age
Description: An article in mental health mental health, Intensive Academic Program
URI: http://dspace.hebron.edu:80/xmlui/handle/123456789/401
ISSN: ISSN) : 2227-2895 (Print) (E-ISSN):2313-0059 (Online) @
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