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Ling, H., Xia, Y., Zhang, J.R., et al. (2016) Structure and Development of Self-Concept. Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 24, 150+176-180.

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  • TITLE: The Effect on Group Counseling for the Low Self-Concept of Undergraduate

    AUTHORS: Qinghong Mao

    KEYWORDS: Self-Concept, Interpersonal Relationship, Self-Consciousness, Group Counseling

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Access Library Journal, Vol.6 No.12, December 12, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Objectives: To explore the group counseling on the impact of low self-concept of students. Methods: Filter out 21 students with low levels of self-concept from 80 randomly selected college students, and 11 of them as the experimental group to accept group counseling to explore self-awareness. The group counseling consists of six units and lasts six weeks. Tennessee self-concept scale and interpersonal relationship scale were used for pre- and post-testing before and after counseling; the other 10 college students served as the control group and did not conduct group counseling experiments. A comparative study of the experimental group and control group also compared the pre-test and post-test results of the experimental group. Results: There were significant differences in the results of the experimental group between the pre-test and post-test data; the treated subjects improved the level of self-concept significantly. There was a significant difference between the experimental group and the control group in the post-test. Conclusion: The group counseling to explore self-consciousness can help low levels of self-concept students to understand themselves, be pleased to accept themselves, develop themselves, also enhance their interpersonal skills, environmental adaptability and learning ability can be promoted.