International Journal of

Arts , Humanities & Social Science

ISSN 2693-2547 (Print) , ISSN 2693-2555 (Online)
Factors related to self-efficacy, depression, stress and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder among teachers of Rajabhat University group of Thailand during COVID-19

Abstract


Objective: The study self-efficacy, depression, stress, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. And to study factors related to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder among students.

Method of study: This research is a survey research. The sample consisted of 969 students by multistage randomization. The tools used to collect data include: general information inquiry form The ADHD screening questionnaire, the self-efficacy questionnaire, the stress assessment questionnaire, and the depression screening questionnaire. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics. And Pearson correlation analysis.

Results: The students had a high level of self-efficacy in preventing depression and stress disorder. There were low levels of stress and depression. Have a mild impairment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder among students was positively correlated with depression. Stress status of students and found that the depression. The stress variables had a positive relationship between each other. And the depression variable was positively correlated with the students' attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Conclusion: The students of Rajabhat University during the new normal lifestyle had a high level of self-efficacy in preventing depression and stress disorder. There were low levels of stress and depression.