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Title: Assessment of the state of emotional health of Ukrainian university student youth that is involved into different levels of physical activity
Authors: Yaroshyk, Marta
Malanchyk, Нalyna
Solovei, Alla
Ярошик, Марта
Маланчук, Галина
Соловей, Алла
Keywords: emotional health
physical activity
students
Issue Date: 27-May-2020
Citation: Yaroshyk M. Assessment of the state of emotional health of Ukrainian university student youth that is involved into different levels of physical activity / Marta Yaroshyk, Нalyna Malanchyk, Alla Solovei // Society. Integration. Education : proceedings of the International Scientific Conference (May 22th -23th). - Rēzekne, 2020. - Vol. VI. - P. 467-475. (Web of Science)
Abstract: In the present days, we encounter and can observe a widespread distribution of physical, moral and psychological crisis among the citizens of Ukraine. The most inclined to undergo and experience distress group of the population is higher educational institutions’ youth. Based on the data we have collected and carefully analyzed, we have discovered that regular exposure of a person to physical activity helps maintain the levels of distress and influence of other negatively oriented emotional states to their minimums whereas the physical activity positively impacts emotional health, especially in regard to student youth. Accordingly, our research is dedicated and conducted to investigate and assess how emotional health of Ukrainian students correlates with different levels of physical activity they experience. In order to complete the study, we asked a few female students that indeed take physical training (PT) classes at their universities, precisely, 48, to take part in our investigation. The participants were at the particular stages of their Bachelor’s program progression (from Freshmen to Senior Year students) at the moment of the study being conducted. We attempt to measure and assess the indices that constitute emotional health which we defined as a) mood, b) well-being, c) overall activity, and d) anxiety.
URI: http://repository.ldufk.edu.ua/handle/34606048/25881
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