The Construction of the Influential Model of College Students’ Life Values on Suicidal Ideation
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Yue Hu, Feifei Zheng, Xiaoxi Li
Life values, which is reportedly linked to suicidal behaviors, are going through prominent establishment and consolidation during college stage. To explore and construct the theoretical model of the impact of college students' life values on suicidal ideation, 4085 undergraduates in 5 universities were surveyed to investigate the impact of college students' life values on suicidal ideation. Results show that there are significant negative correlations between Personal Orientation, Social Orientation, Initiative Accepting, Active Devoting, Fantasy Avoidance, Positive Optimism, Destined Pessimism and suicidal ideation score, despair and Positive Optimism factor, and significant difference with the sleep factor of suicidal ideation Positive correlation. The values of college students' life are related to the three factors of sleep, despair and Positive Optimism of suicidal ideation, whether positive or negative, and in different degrees. The constructed model provides both theoretical basis and practical instructions for college students' intervention in suicide crisis and helps to alleviate and reduce suicidal ideation.
College Student, Life Values, Multiple Regression Model