Published Sep 30, 2021

Liu Zhi

Ruirui Zhu

Haili Cui

Jingzhong Huang  


Recently, an article published in the Journal of East China Normal University (Education Sciences) was based on the data of 10-year-old and 15-year-old students in Suzhou City, China participating in the OECD social and emotional ability assessment. The study used descriptive statistics, difference testing, regression analysis, and other statistical methods to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the emotional regulation performance of Suzhou students.



China, Education, Social and Emotional Skills, Adolescents, Non-Cognitive Ability

How to Cite
Zhi, L., Zhu, R., Cui, H., & Huang, J. (2021). Emotional Regulation: Report on the Study of Social and Emotional Skills of Chinese Adolescents (II). Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 9(1), 1203–1207. https://doi.org/10.15354/bece.21.rp032