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Volume 60, 2019Forum on Psychological Health Education and Counselling for School Students (PHECSS2018)
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|Published online||14 January 2019|
The influence of chess training on pupils’ self-efficacy， self-esteem and social anxiety
Beijing Normal University,Zhuhai,Institute of education, Zhuhai,Guangdong, China
Jinding No.1 primary school, Zhuhai, Guangdong, China
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Background With the 2001 announcement about three chess games in school, go, Chinese chess and chess, the three upsurge of popularity is set off in the country. Chess started late in China and was originally considered as an intellectual sport related to intelligence. Its role in psychological characteristics has not received enough attention from people. Objective In order to study the influence of chess training on pupils' self-efficacy, self-esteem and social anxiety. Methods 121 pupils from Jinding No.1 primary school are selected as study subjects and divided into experimental group and control group. The experiment group is the community group of 31 pupils, and the control group is the non-community group of 90 pupils. Using General Self-Efficacy Scale, Self-Esteem Scale, and Social Anxiety Scale for Children, the scales are used to test, and the pupils are observed and the teachers and parents are interviewed. Results There are significant differences in self-efficacy, self-esteem and social anxiety between the community and the non-community pupils. Conclusion It shows that a certain intensity of chess training has a greater impact on pupils' self-efficacy, self-esteem and social anxiety.
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