THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE STRUCTURE MODEL OF COLLEGE STUDENTS’ POSITIVE MENTAL QUALITIES
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The objective of this study is to construct a structural model reflecting the positive psychological qualities of college students, which is based on questionnaire data and SCL-90 table factor analysis. Firstly, we review the current status of research on positive psychological qualities of college students, including the development and application of structural models, the application of questionnaires in psychological research, and the application of SCL-90 table factors in psychometric measurement. We then describe the methodology for constructing the structural model, including identifying respondents and sampling strategies, designing questionnaires, conducting factor analysis using SCL-90 table factors, and analyzing the survey results. In the model building process, we use simulated data and utilize mathematical modeling. We also analyze the reliability and validity of the questionnaire, and put forward countermeasures to the problems existing in the model. Finally, we discuss the application and improvement of the model in practice, including suggestions for optimization combined with the factors in SCL-90 table. Our results show that this model can effectively reflect the positive psychological quality of college students, and provide a theoretical basis for improving the level of mental health of college students.
Positive psychological character, structural model, SCL-90 table factor