Jun 25, 2013 · - This research highlights the need to incorporate stress management education in the curriculum, as well as to develop mechanisms for decreasing stress among students in colleges. - Similarly, this study highlights the importance of creating positive environments at colleges and hostels to decrease stress among students.
- Vivek B. Waghachavare, Girish B. Dhumale, Yugantara R. Kadam, Alka D. Gore
This research study is performed to investigate about the current status quo of stress among students and its impact on their performance which is one of the prevailing areas to be looked out. Objectives The main objectives of this study are, To assess the level of stress among students. To identify the factors causing stress among the students.
- R. Hemamalini, V. Ashok, V. Sasikala
Whereas (Britz and Pappas, 2010), research on stress assessed the sources and outlets of stress among a group of 124 college freshmen at James Madison University. Results revealed that a high degree and frequency of stress exists among the participants, with over 50 percent of students reporting high levels of stress.
- Kashif Ud, Din Khan, Shazia Gulzar, Farzan Yahya
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Mar 14, 2016 · This thesis examines the impact of stress on students’ academic performance and stress management among students of Seinäjoki University of Applied Science s. The main objectives were to ascertain or identify the extent to which stress affects students’ academic success, health and general lifestyle , a s well as to inquire and bring to ...
Henry D. Mason: Stress-Management Strategies among First-Year Students at a South African University 133 Stress and Coping: Theoretical Conceptualisation In this review of the literature, theoretical aspects relevant to the qualitative study being reported on are discussed. First, an overview of the stress within the academic context is provided.
of stress and the effects of stress among the students, and the stress coping mechanism of Political Science students. It also tested assumptions that there is disparity in the causes of stress, the effects of stress, and the stress coping mechanisms between the male and female Political Science students.