Research on University Students’ Subhealth and Time Management Disposition
Six hundred Multidimensional Sub-health Questionnaires of Adolescents (MSQA) have been issued at random in ten universities in Changchun City and 184 sub-healthy university students have been screened out to be measured according to the Adolescence Time Management Disposition Scale (ATMD). University students’ values, view on control and view on efficiency of time management disposition and their body symptoms, study conditions, psychological condition, human relations and social adaptability and so on are analyzed and studied by using the mathematical statistics method to improve university students’ ability of time management and provide theoretical basis for reasonable lifestyle.
KeywordsUniversity students Time management disposition Subhealth
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