ACADEMIC BOREDOM AND COPING STRATEGIES OF EFL STUDENTS IN SELECTED PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES OF CHINA

Author: YANG YANBO Issue: 2023-2024 Abstract: Learner differences have been a heated topic for second and foreign language acquisition research, among which emotions are a key factor. A series of empirical investigations into boredom have been conducted in the field of educational psychology, however, it is surprising that researchers have…

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FLOURIHING IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE: THE IMPACT OF LEARNER’S WELL-BEING ON SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION THROUGH THE LENS OF POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY

Author: XIONG HUAXIA Issue: 2023-2024 Abstract: Researches on the pedagogical aspects of English language learners have received extensive attention in the international English language teaching field, but the emotional issues of English language learners have not been given enough attention. In recent years, theories of positive psychology have been introduced…

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CHALLENGING STRESSOR, ORGANIZATION-BASED SELF-ESTEEM AND WORK ENGAGEMENT:EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FORTHE NEW GENERATION OF EMPLOYEES

Author: LIN YANAN Issue: 2023-2024 Abstract: In order to improve its core competitiveness, enterprises must transmit some pressure to their employees. However, excessive work pressure can have a significant impact on the physical and mental health and work behavior of the new generation of employees. The purpose of this study…

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THE INVESTMENT VALUE OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE INDUSTRY FROM THE GREEN PERSPECTIVE

Author: LI XINYING Issue: 2023-2024 Abstract: With the continuous development of the global economy, breakthroughs in medical technology, increasing awareness of health among people worldwide, and the rise in per capita disposable income, coupled with the advancement of new national urbanization projects and the continuous improvement of healthcare systems in…

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IMPACTS OF PUBLIC HEALTH POLICIES ON THE MENTAL HEALTH OF RESIDENTS AND COPING STRATEGIES AGAINSTTHE BACKDROP OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Author: MA PENG TAO Issue: 2022-2023 Abstract: Since the COVID-19 outbreak, mental health experts and psychologists have consistently suggested that a global pandemic of novel coronavirus outbreaks could have a “profound impact” on people’s mental health. Outbreak of the new champions league completely change the way of life, people all…

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