Early Intervention: A Study of Stress among Undergraduate Students at PSU

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Pamela Dawn Williams (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP )
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Robert Brown

Abstract: In the past several years, an increasing number of illnesses have been traced to stress. This problem could continue to increase to greater proportions unless people learn and practice stress management techniques. Professionals today are faced with roles that are often numerous and conflicting. They often lack the necessary tools to deal with these high pressure situations – tools that would improve their careers by reducing stress and preventing burnout. I wanted to find out if students are experiencing stress also, if they are at risk of developing a stress-related illness, and whether they possess effective skills to cope with stress.

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Honors Project
Language: English
Date: 1992
Pembroke State University – Students, Stress (Physiology), Stress Management, Benton, Pamela Williams

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