to students. Keywords: Stress, distance education students, causes of stress, stress coping strategies. INTRODUCTION Globally, the traditional higher education delivery system which has a classroom setting with students and lecturer interactions has been challenged by innovations in educational delivery mechanisms (Soliman, 2014).
Oct 16, 2010 · Stress among students has not gained much attention in comparison to work-related stress . Only a few studies have assessed the perceptions of stress and coping strategies among medical students (25–27). This study aimed to assess the perceived sources of stress among medical students and coping strategies used to manage stress.
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College students’ time management: Correlations with academic performance and stress. Journal of Educational Psychology, 82(4), 760-768. Misra, R., & McKean, M. (2000). College students’ academic stress and its relation to their anxiety, time management, and leisure satisfaction. American Journal of Health Studies, 16(1), 41-51.
What causes stress among college students? Financial issues can lead to stress, as college tuition continues to rise. College students may also graduate in a time of economic uncertainty, hampering their job search. Parents and family members can cause additional stress by putting unrealistic expectations or pressure on a learner.
Aug 24, 2020 · Among youth it is found that social distancing is viewed primarily as a social responsibility and is followed more sincerely if it is motivated by prosocial reasons to prevent others from getting sick, hence prosocial motivation for this cause should be encouraged. 8: Children and adolescents with eating disorders: David.C et al (2020).
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Feb 01, 2006 · The best-known acute stress response is the “fight or flight” reaction that happens when you feel threatened. In this case, the stress response causes the body to release several stress hormones (e.g., cortisol and adrenaline) into the bloodstream. These hormones intensify your concentration, ability to react, and strength.