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Wang, J. S., Li, Y., & He, E. S. (1997). Scaling and Standardization of China Middle School Students’ Mental Health. Social Psychological Science, 4, 15-20.

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  • TITLE: Mental Health and Life Events of Overseas Children Left-Behind in China

    AUTHORS: Shengyu Zhao, Chuanjing Liao

    KEYWORDS: Overseas Chinese, Children Left-Behind Children, Life-Events, Sense of Security, Mental Health

    JOURNAL NAME: Psychology, Vol.7 No.14, December 27, 2016

    ABSTRACT: This paper surveys 715 children who have been left behind in China by their émigré parents. This research was conducted using the MMHI-60, ALSEC and S-I questionnaire and the findings are as follows: 1) the general mental health of those surveyed was poor, with general stress levels and sense of security moderate; 2) there is a positive correlation between life events and mental health and a negative correlation between life events and sense of security; 3) sense of security regulates life events and mental health; 4) life events directly predict mental health, with sense of security playing partial mediating effect in the process of life events acting on mental health; 5) the major factor influencing the mental health of those children left behind by Chinese émigré parents is life events; the protecting factor being their sense of security.