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Friday, March 27 • 08:00 - 17:00
[VIRTUAL] Is There a Correlation between Visual Arts Self-Care Implementation and College Students’ Mental Well-Being?

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The use of visual arts self-care implementation has been rationalized by prior research for more than ten years. Assessing college students’ mental well-being through an instrument that is known as the Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-being Scale survey and implementing visual arts self-care provided a look into the positive influence that the technique can produce. Pre- and post-tests were given, resulting in the scores to be significantly different. Paired t-test results showed post-test scores to be significantly higher, with (Mpre-test= 44.9, Mpost-test= 54.1) t(9)=-3.512, p= .007, leading for further research to be conducted pertaining to this relationship.

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Kaylee Toms

Undergraduate, Campbell University
Mentor: Dr. Jutta StreetIs there a Correlation between Visual Arts Self-Care Implementation and College Students' Mental Well-Being?The use of visual arts self-care implementation has been rationalized by prior research for more than ten years. Assessing college students’ mental... Read More →

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Friday March 27, 2020 08:00 - 17:00 EDT
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