Abstract: Objective To explore the characteristics of college students’ interpersonal relationships and the correlation between interpersonal relationships and the self-concept of college students in several dimensions. Methods From the perspective of the objects and scope of college students’ communication during school, I compiled a “College Student Interpersonal Relations Questionnaire” divided into two dimensions: real interpersonal relationships and virtual interpersonal relationships. The real interpersonal relationship includes teachers and students, classmates, and life interpersonal relationships. The relationship between three factors: using it and the Tennessee Self-Concept Scale to test 313 college students in Guangxi. Results.

(1) The real interpersonal relationship of the college students is generally good, and there are differences in student cadres; the real interpersonal relationship is related to the evaluation of the self-ability of the college students and the satisfaction of the status quo.

(2) In the virtual interpersonal relationship of the college students, the difference between liberal arts and science students Significantly, science students score higher than liberal arts students; virtual interpersonal relationships are not significantly related to self-concept.

(3) There is a gender difference in interpersonal relationships among college students, and girls are better than boys; its correlation with self-concept is extremely significant.

(4) The interpersonal relationship between teachers and students of college students is not significantly correlated with self-concept.

(5) The interpersonal relationship between college students in life is significantly positively correlated with social self and psychological self. Conclusion The interpersonal relationship of college students is generally good, with group characteristics and individual differences; the development of “self-knowledge” education among college students can help college students to form better interpersonal relationships; the virtual interpersonal relationship of college students is different from network interpersonal relationships. The virtual interpersonal relationship has nothing to do with the level of self-concept.

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