Adams, Tess. “Anxiety and depression in college students – WRD 111.” Online video clip. YouTube. YouTube, 22 April 2016. Web. 19 April 2017.
In this YouTube video, Adams provides a brief documentary on the degree to which college students are reported to suffer from anxiety and depression. In particular, Adams presents reported statistical evidence on how anxiety and depression continue to affect students across the United States. The documentary also depicts the different treatment interventions that are available to those college students that have already experiencing the effects of depression and anxiety. Overall, this short documentary shall facilitate the researcher to interact with first-hand information from those college students who have been diagnosed with anxiety and depression. Moreover, the documentary shall help the researcher to highlight the statistical evidence related to this phenomenon across the United States.
Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly. Handbook of research methods for studying daily life. Eds. Matthias R. Mehl, and Tamlin S. Conner. New York, NY: Guilford Publications, 2013. 592-612 Print.
In this handbook, Csikszentmihalyi carries out a study to investigate the levels of creativity amongst college students during various periods and settings. The author’s primary objectives for conducting this research, among others, were to establish the flow and intrinsic motivation amongst the students during different times when in college. In particular, Csikszentmihalyi found out that the students’ lowest levels for feeling creative were during passive leisure time, when alone, and class time. According to the author, creativity within the campus precincts has a close correlation with greater autonomy support offered by instructors as well as to greater feelings of social support and belongingness. Csikszentmihalyi further found out that those college students who demonstrated more flow during their productive actitvities