Study on the Treatment of Common Mental Health Problems Among Adolescents in Contemporary Mainland China
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Keywords

Socialization
Adolescents
Mental health
Problems and countermeasures

DOI

10.26689/jcer.v6i9.4298

Abstract

With the continuous development of society, the competition among the members of the society is becoming increasingly fierce, and the culture is becoming more diversified. In view of this, adolescents are prone to psychological problems in the process of growing up. At present, about 15% of junior high school and about 19% of senior high school students in China suffer from psychological problems. Teenagers’ psychological problems have become a serious social problem. Based on this, from the perspective of socialization, this paper studies the main psychological problems of teenagers, explores their origin and finds out corresponding countermeasures, in order to provide some reference for preventing and solving common psychological problems of teenagers.

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