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Stress vulnerability assessment among medical and political science and public administration students

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Assessment of the severity of the stress levels of women in childbirth

sobie ze stresem kobiet we wczesnym połogu. J Public Health Nurs Med Rescue. 2015;4:38-43. 8. Walker LO, Xie B, Hendrickson SG, Sterling BS. Behavioral and psychosocial health of new mothers and associations with contextual factors and perceived health. J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs. 2016;45(1):3. 9. Cheng CY, Pickler RH. Perinatal stress, fatigue, depressive symptoms, and immune modulation in late pregnancy and one month postpartum. Scientific World Journal. 2014;65(2):63-70. 10. Rutkowska A, Rolińska A, Kwaśniewski W

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Exposure to mental load and psychosocial risks in kindergarten teachers

employed at kindergarten schools, we decided to include an analysis of women only. The data was obtained from March to October 2017. Selected socio-demographics characteristics included gender, age, education level achieved and years of experience. Perceived individual-level of occupational stress was assessed by a Meister questionnaire and a modified questionnaire of psychosocial risks. The Meister questionnaire provides mental load evaluation among discrepant occupations. A Slovak version of the questionnaire is validated and approved by the Slovak Ministry of Health

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The Unemployed Workers’ Perceptions of Stress and Employment Prospects in Macedonia: The Role of Alternative Adjustment Mechanisms

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Work Alienation as a Mediator of the Relationship of Procedural Injustice to Job Stress

References Alder, G. S. and Ambrose, M. L. 2005. Towards understanding fairness judgments associated with computer performance monitoring: An integration of the feedback, justice, and monitoring research. Human Resource Management Review 15:43-67. Allen, B. H. and LaFollette, W. R. 1977. Perceived Organizational Structure and Alienation Among Management Trainees. Academy of Management Journal 20 (2): 234-341. Ambrose, M. L., Seabright, M. A., and Schminke, M. 2002. Sabotage in the

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Cognitive Scripts, Anxiety and Styles of Coping with Stress in Teenagers Practising Sports

and sports experiences. The way they perceive themselves and others together with their beliefs, will also become the basis of their social interactions and their general health. Negative and maladaptive beliefs may lead to depression disorders. These occur due to a misinterpretation of events and negative representations of oneself, the world and the future (called the cognitive triad) ( Knapp and Beck, 2008 ). The way of perceiving oneself and the surrounding world plays an important role in coping with stress, including the stress related to sports competition

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Association of severity of depressive symptoms with sleep quality, social support and stress among Pakistani medical and dental students: A cross-sectional study

size (1200) and response distribution of 50% ( Kane, 2019 ). For regression analysis, a minimum of 194 participants were required for an anticipated effect size of 0.15 (f 2 ), alpha error of 0.05 and statistical power of 95 and 14 predictors. The participants responded to a self-administered paper based survey comprising of five parts: a) demographics b) Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI), c) Patient Health Questionnaire-9 (PHQ-9), d) Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (MSPSS) and e) Perceived Stress Scale-4 (PSS-4). Time for completion of the

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Coping styles and empathy in professional burnout: A study of physical therapists

theoretically based approach. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 56 (2) 267‒283. Clays, E., de Bacquer, D., Leynen, F., Kornitzen, M., Kittel, F. & de Backer, G. (2007). Job stress and depression symptoms in middle-aged workers: prospective results from the Belstress study. Scan Journal Work Environmental Health, 33 (4), 252‒259. Dibbelt, S. (2009). Patient-doctor interaction in rehabilitation: The relationship between perceived interaction quality and long-term treatment results. Patient Education and Counseling , 76 (3), 328‒335. Dibbelt S

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Coping with anxiety in patients undergoing hip replacement

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Training Loads, Wellness And Performance Before and During Tapering for a Water-Polo Tournament

assess general indicators of players’ wellness. The questionnaire was comprised of five questions related to perceived fatigue, sleep quality, general muscle soreness, stress levels and mood with each question scored on a five-point scale (McLeanet al., 2010). The questionnaire was completed daily upon awakening and concerned the preceding daily training load. The overall wellness was then determined by summing the five scores. Two days before the commencement of the intervention (baseline) as well as one day after the end of overloading and tapering phases, players

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