• Abstract

    In general, college students undergo various psychological changes as they adapt to new environments and rapid social changes. Mental burden and stress have the largest effects in this time. Therefore, to overcome these negative outcomes and find their causes, the present study selected daily stress and resilience as variables that affect mental health, then analyzed the relationship between each variable as well as any gender differences.In total, 513 questionnaires were collected and analyzed using the SPSS 21 program and AMOS 21, descriptive statistics, correlation, independent sample T- test, confirmatory factor analysis, and structural equation modeling. The analysis results and implications are as follows. First, it was proved that daily stress had a positive effect on the mental health of college freshmen. These results showed that higher stress had larger effects on mental health, such as stimulating somatic symptoms, slack, despair, worry, and sensitivity. Second, resilience among college freshmen was found to have a negative effect on stress-based effects on mental health. To elaborate, those with higher resilience had a lower probability of falling into difficulties as a result of mental health issues. Third, examining differences by gender showed that female students were more sensitive to the negative effects of stress and mental health than male students. It is expected that the results of this study will provide major implications for the design of various counseling and training programs to support the mental health of college students who will come to be core personnel in universities and society in the future.

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