The academic standards of Mental Health

2010-12-25 at 07:08 am hugege

(A) Maslow and Mittelman standards on mental health
1. There is sufficient sense of security.
2. Have a full understanding of their own, and to their ability to make proper evaluation.
3. Living the vision and goals realistic.
4. And to maintain good contact with the surrounding environment.
5. Maintain their personal integrity and harmony.
6. Has the ability to learn from experience.
7. To maintain good relationships.
8. Appropriate emotional development and control.
9. In the collective requirements of the premise, better play to their personality.
10. In the context of social norms, appropriate to meet their basic needs.
(B) the standard of Scott on the mental health
1. The general ability to adapt
Adaptability; flexibility; grasp the capacity of the environment; adaptation and the ability to deal with changing world; clarify the purpose and the ability to complete the purpose; successful behavior; the ability to successfully change behavior.
2. The ability of self-satisfaction
Sexual reproduction (the ability to get sexy orgasm); appropriate to meet individual needs; of pleasure in daily life; behavior of naturalness; relaxed feeling of a moment.
3. Interpersonal play various roles
To complete the individual social roles; behavior consistent with the role; social adaptation; behavior by the social approval; ability to get along with others; to participate in social activities; use of practical help; entrusted to others; social responsibility; stable jobs; work and love capacity.
4. Intellectual capacity
Perceptual accuracy; the effectiveness of the mental functions; cognitive appropriate; wit; reasonable; touch reality; problem-solving skills; intelligence; broad understanding of human experience and deep understanding.
5. A positive attitude to others
Altruism; concern for others; trust; like the others; others enthusiasm; the ability to be intimate; emotions into.
6. Creative
Contribution to society; initiative.
7. Autonomy
Emotional independence; identity; self-reliance; a certain degree of detachment.
8. Fully mature
Self-realization; personal growth; the formation of philosophy of life; to be balanced between opposing forces; mature and not self-contradictory motives; self-use; have a grasp of impulse, energy, and overall capability of the conflict; consistency; complete complex level; mature.
9. For their favorable attitude
Sense of control; task completion to meet; self-acceptance, self-recognition; self-esteem; the face of difficulties, problem-solving confidence; a positive self-image; a sense of freedom and self-determination; out of a sense of inferiority; happiness.
10. Emotional control and motivation
Tolerance for frustration; ability to grasp the anxiety; and moral; courage; self-control; of tension resistance; moral; conscience; self-force; honest; clean and honest.

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