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Review Papers | Educational Psychology | Thailand | Volume 11 Issue 10, October 2022
Risk of Stress in Asian Senior High School Students: A Systematic Review
Tanyapat Maraprasertsak | Kanokporn Pilunthadilok | Nareekarn Wongthanee
Abstract: Introduction: Stress in secondary high school has a tendency to increase over time from many factors. As a result, it can cause mental health disorders in students, leading to suicidal thoughts. Objective: To explain risk-factor of stress in Asian senior high school students. Methodology: We use related keywords to search for studies in many databases, including PubMed, Thailis, Eric, and web base search. All eligible studies published between 2000 and 2021 were retrieved and reviewed. Results: A total of 6,043 studies were found, and 7 studies were included in qualitative synthesis. Of the 7 included, 6 studies were conducted in Thailand and 1 study was performed in India. Conclusion: There were 6 factors in total which are sex, grade, academic result, parents' income, students' program, and parents' education. The result shows that gender is a vital factor that affects the level of stress in secondary high school despite the other factors.
Keywords: senior high school, stress, stress factors, mental disorders, Asia
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 10, October 2022,
Pages: 546 - 551