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Table 2 The dimension structure of questionnaires

From: Effects of parenting mode on student adaptability: the mediating effect of irrational beliefs

Dimension Index Meaning
Parenting mode Emotional warmth Using seven questions to measure the behavior of parents in raising and educating their children,for example, when I succeed in what I do, my father/mother is very proud of me.
Overprotection Using eight questions to measure the behavior of parents in raising and educating their children, such as my parents asked me to explain to them what I did outside when I came home
Rejection Using six questions to measure the behavior of parents in raising and educating their children,for example, my parents often lose their temper with me without knowing why.
Irrational belief Summary comment Using five questions to measure the
students’ unreasonable evaluation of themselves
Such as If the teacher criticizes me, others will laugh at me/ Mother often gets angry with me when I don’t know why.
Awful beliefs Using three questions to measure the evaluation of negative events, such as bad things lead to long-term pain
Absolute requirement Using three questions to measure the belief that something will or will not happen, such as people should be respected by others
Low tolerance to setbacks Using four questions to measure the students’ attitudes in the face of setbacks, such as I can’t stand being rejected or rejected by my loved ones
School adaptation Academic pressure Using four questions to measure the emotional experience in academic such as I feel very difficult in my study
learning motivations Using four questions to measure the students’ attitudes and behaviors towards learning,such as I am not interested in studying when I entered college
Interpersonal adaption Using seven questions to measure the students’ cognition of interpersonal communication,such as I can get help from my college classmates when necessary
School adjustment Using four questions to measure the students’ adaptation, for example, I was often depressed when I entered college
Physical-psychological adjustment. Using three questions to measure the or example, I felt very happy when I entered college