How are Students affected due Burnout and depression?
Actualizado: 2 mar
Academic performance is conceptualized in various ways, for example, the level of knowledge or performance demonstrated in an area or subject compared to the age norm and academic level.
However, there are several variables that affect performance and lead to academic failures, such as socioeconomic factors, the breadth of the study program, teaching methodologies, study skills, individual performance, learning, emotional intelligence, and more.
Although many students manage to develop the necessary competencies in their training process that favor the achievement of their academic objectives, other young people present difficulties that are only registered in indicators of high academic dropout. In the latter situation, students generally experience a high-stress load during their training process.
The direct and indirect influence exerted by the different emotional states on a student is presented in (EI) Emotional Intelligence, at higher EI levels, better mental health causing better rehabilitation of affective states, manifesting in (lower levels of anxiety, lower tendency to depression, greater positive thoughts, etc.), on the contrary to lower levels of IE, greater tendency to depressive symptomatology, bringing with it negative thoughts, less repair of emotions, which decisively influence mental health and adequate psychological balance that finally intervenes in the academic performance of the person.
Our EmoRisk system allows detecting different emotional states in students, such as depression, anxiety, dissatisfaction, anger, discomfort, extreme emotions, Happiness, etc., helping to prevent and detect through alerts the staff of educational centers or universities, emotional changes in students, allowing to detect cases of Depression, Anxiety, Bullying, Burnout, Stress and more.
Additionally, the psychology department or person in charge will have the possibility of further monitoring the student, taking preventive or corrective actions, and seeing the progress of specific cases to be treated.
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