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Frontiers in Educational Research, 2021, 4(10); doi: 10.25236/FER.2021.041006.

The Influence of Positive Psychological Quality on the Competency of the College Class Psychological Commissioners


Xiaohua Hou

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Xiaohua Hou

Guangzhou Huashang College, Guangzhou, 511300, China


The role of the college class psychological commissioners in the work of college mental health education needs to be further improved. Competency is an individual trait that can distinguish the outstanding and the mediocre in the college class psychological commissioners. Positive psychological qualities are the latent traits of an individual, which have an important influence on the individual's competency. This article explores the effects of the four positive psychological qualities of empathy, self-efficacy, hope, and psychological resilience on the competency of the college class psychological commissioners. Empathy contributes to the improvement of the tendency of the college class psychological commissioners to help others and the formation of good interpersonal relationships; a high level of self-efficacy can directly improve the competency of  the college class psychological commissioners; A high level of hope helps the college class psychological commissioners maintain a good attitude, and a good attitude is the basis of their competency; good psychological flexibility helps the college class psychological commissioners overcome difficulties and complete their work responsibilities.


positive psychological quality; the college class psychological commissioners; competency

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Xiaohua Hou. The Influence of Positive Psychological Quality on the Competency of the College Class Psychological Commissioners. Frontiers in Educational Research (2021) Vol. 4, Issue 10: 27-30. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2021.041006.


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