International Journal of

Arts , Humanities & Social Science

ISSN 2693-2547 (Print) , ISSN 2693-2555 (Online)
DOI: 10.56734/ijahss
Factors Related To Good Mental Health During Study Of Students Rajabhat University Group During The Learning, New Normal Era, Thailand


The purpose of this research was to assess the mental health index of students. And to find factors related to the mental health of students. The sample consisted of 441 students by multistage randomization. The tools used to collect data included questionnaires, mental health indicators. The confidence value was .88 and the open-ended questionnaire. Data were analyzed with descriptive statistics. Pearson's correlation analysis. Generate forecast equations using stepwise multiple regression analysis. The qualitative data used category and content analysis. 

The results showed that: 1) Most of the students had better mental health than the general population, 399 or 94.77 percent, followed by mental health equal to 20 people, or 4.75 percent, and the lowest mental health was lower than the general population. There were 2 people, representing .48 percent, respectively. 2) Internal variables that were positively correlated with mental health of the students were: 3rd year students of the Faculty of Education Student age variables It was found that the first year student variable of the faculty of nursing had a negative relationship with mental health better than the general population of the students. 3) The positive feeling from the teaching and learning management policy applied to students is have relieved stress feel more rested get more sleep being with family more time for other activities. You don't have to meet a lot of people, reducing your risk. Save on travel and living expenses feel more sympathetic to parents learn new things, be happy, and do not rush to wake up to study at the university. Study anywhere more time for hobbies, less traveling. And can wake up late. 4) The negative feelings from the teaching and learning policy applied to students were away from home, risk of contracting disease, not going out to do bird activities at shelter. Have to wear a mask all the time, get angry easily, unclear in some things. Tired of working, little free time, not eating and sleeping on time doing anything is more difficult when doing activities cannot be done to the fullest. Less time, anxiety and unprepared ness and rarely have friends.