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Footwear Use at Workplace and Recommendations for the Improvement of its Functionality and Hygiene

References [1] Bugajska J., Zużewicz K., Szmauz-Dybko M., et al.(2007). Cardiovascular Stress, Energy Expenditure and Subjective Perceived Ratings of fire Fighters During Typical Fire Suppression and Rescue Tasks. International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics, 13, 323-331 [2] Coca A., Wiliams W.J., Roberge R.J., Powell J.B., (2010). Effects on fire fighter protective ensembles on mobility and performance, Applied Ergonomics, 41(4), 636-41. [3] Council Directive 89/656/EEC, 1989. on the minimum

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Management of Occupational Stress

References 1. Stress is an internal response to a stimulus or external situation, named stressor or stress factor. However, a person can be affected by a stressor, while someone else not. More people exposed to stressors, even traumatized, succed to adapt to situation. Other people manifest intense psychological symptoms and usually for a long time. 2. C. Thomas, Horia Dumitru Pitariu, “From Socialism to Service: Developing Human Resource Management for a Market Responsive Economy”, Paper presented at the meeting of the From

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Academic Self-Efficacy in Military Higher Education: Assessment of the Psychometric Qualities of Perceived Academic Efficacy Scale

- Social and Behavioral Sciences, 199 (2015), pp. 472 - 478, 2015. [8] Alyami, M., Melyani, Z., Al Johani, A., Ullah, E., Alyami, H., Sundram, F., Hill, A., Henning, M., The Impact of Self-Esteem, Academic Self-Efficacy and Perceived Stress on Academic Performance: A Cross-Sectional Study of Saudi Psychology Students, European Journal of Educational Sciences (EJES), Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 51-68, 2017. doi: 10.19044/ejes.v4no3a5URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.19044/ejes.v4no3a5 [9] Alegre, A., Academic self-efficacy, self- regulated learning and

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Physical Activity in the Water Accompanied by Music

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