Home Archive Vol.40, No.3, 2014 Considerations on Implications of Risk Behavior in Mental Condition at Students

Considerations on Implications of Risk Behavior in Mental Condition at Students

Adriana Hurezeanu(1), Ileana Prejbeanu(1), Marcelina Mihai(1)

(1)Hygiene Department, Faculty of Medicine, University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Craiova

    Abstract: Social and family factors significantly influence somatic and psychical development of children and young people, differentiated by social gradient. Their behavior externalizes their capacities to adapt to family and social environment. It is the result of positive or negative influences of actions of factors in these environments. In adolescence, the social motivation of these behaviors is determined by their social relations (family, school, friends, entourage). By our conducted study we aimed to identify such behaviors, which, under various influences may gain risk or impact on health condition. 160 students, by random sex and aged between 11 and 18 , were investigated anthropometric and physiometric were asked to respond to a complex set of questionnaires. The research has shown that subjects with reduced anthropometric and physiometric parameters (of the head) have serious school concerns, they are frequently extracurricular pursuits with a good academic situation, they meet the program of rest, have a peaceful sleep, have a balanced diet, no violent events, do not smoke or consume alcohol.
    Keywords: student, behavior, development

DOI 10.12865/CHSJ.40.03.09


All articles in this issue

Volume 40 Issue 3 2014