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The mediation effect of Perceived Social Support and Perceived Stress on the relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Psychological Wellbeing in Male Athletes

Introduction Researchers have investigated the relationship between emotional intelligence (EI) and psychological wellbeing in a number of ways and from different disciplinary perspectives, examining various associations with other variables. The researchers within the field of sport and exercise psychology have focused on potential mediating variables which can account for this relationship, for instance, perceived social support ( Roohafza et al., 2016 ; Smith et al., 1995 ) and perceived stress ( Laborde et al., 2016 ; Raedeke and Smith, 2004 ; Roohafza

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Perceived sources of stress in fifth year dental students - a comparative study

References 1. Atkinson JM, Millar K, Kay EJ, et al. Stress in dental practice. Dent Update 1991;3:60-4. 2. Sanders AE, Lushington K. Effect of perceived stress on student performance in dental school. J Dent Educ 2002;66(1):75-81. 3. Ross SE, Niebling BC, Heckert TM. Sources of stress among college students. College Student Journal 1999;33(2):312-8. 4. Burke FJ, Maine JR, Freeman R. The practice of dentistry: an assessment of reasons for premature retirement. Br Dent J 1997

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Self- perceived stress in relation to anxiety, depression and health-related quality of life among health professions students: A cross-sectional study from Bosnia and Herzegovina

demanding, and students perceive it as a source of significant psychological and emotional distress ( 12 - 20 ). Previous studies have shown that students who chose medical profession because they wish to help people have greater predisposition to the stress over the students driven by professional respect or material benefit ( 21 ). Besides being exposed to academic-related stress, caused by curriculum overload, constant assessments, little time available or variable hour shift for clinical rotations ( 22 ), health professions students also encounter occupational

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Perceived Training Load, Muscle Soreness, Stress, Fatigue, and Sleep Quality in Professional Basketball: A Full Season Study

,d [2.45;2.57] 2.49 a,d [2.42;2.56] Stress 1.79 b [1.75;1.84] 1.70 a,f [1.66;1.73] 1.77 [1.72;1.83] 1.81 [1.73;1.89] 1.77 [1.72;1.82] 1.79 b [1.74;1.84] Sleep 2.67 b,e,f [2.61;2.74] 2.50 a,f [2.44;2.55] 2.49 f [2.41;2.58] 2.58 [2.36;2.80] 2.49 a,f [2.41;2.56] 2.28 a,b,c,e [2.22;2.34] Legend: Significant different from M-4 a ; M-3 b ; M-2 c ; M-1 d ; M-0 e ; M f Discussion This study aimed to compare the perceived training load (internal load) and wellness status between training sessions and matches in

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A Five-year Comparative Study of Perceived Stress Among Dental Students at Two European Faculties

;12(4):283-92. 4. Krohne, H.W. Stress and Coping Theories. Johannes Gutenberg-Universitat Mainz Germany 2002. 5. Lazarus, R. S. Psychological stress and the coping process. New York: McGraw-Hill 1966. 6. Lazarus R.S. Emotion and adaption. Oxford: Oxford University Press 1991. 7. Phillips A.C. Perceived Stress. In: Gellman M.D., Turner J.R. (eds) Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine 2013. Springer, New York, NY 8. Manolova MS, Manchorova NA, Markova KB, et al. Stress and dental education. Dental Magazine 2015;3:42-5. 9. Pohlmann K, Jonas I, Ruf S, et

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Perceived Workplace Stress and Co-Occurrence of Health Problems and Burnout in Different Occupational Groups

; 20: 178-187. 11. Dewa CS, Thompson AH, Jacobs P. Relationships between job stress and worker perceived responsibilities and job characteristics Int J Occup Environ Med 2011; 2: 37-46. 12. Calnan M, Wadsworth E, May M, Smith A, Wainwright D. Job strain, effort - reward imbalance, and stress at work: competing or complementary models? Scand J Public Health 2004; 32: 84-93. 13. Sein MM, Howteerakul N, Suwannapong N, Jirachewee J. Job strain among rubber-glove-factory workers in central Thailand. Industrial Health 2010

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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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Oxidative Stress in Hemodialysis Patients: Pathophysiological Mechanisms, Clinical Consequences and Basic Principles of Treatment

). Dialysis water and fluid purity: more than endotoxin. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 27(11), 4010-21. DOI: 10.1093/ndt/gfs306. 11. Aziz MA, Majeed GH, Diab KS, et al. (2016). The association of oxidant-antioxidant status in patients with chronic renal failure. Ren Fail. 38(1), 20-6. DOI: 10.3109/0886022X.2015.1103654. 12. Handelman GJ. (2007). Vitamin C deficiency in dialysis patients - are we perceiving the tip of an iceberg? Nephrol Dial Transplant. 22(2), 328-31. DOI: 10.1093/ndt/gfl534. 13. Zalba G, Fortuño A, Diez J. (2006). Oxidative stress and

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Perceived work ability index of public service employees in relation to ageing and gender: A comparison in three European countries

ability to work is closely related to the possibility to increase quality of work, improve quality of life and well-being among employees, thereby decreasing the likelihood of their early retirement, decreasing absenteeism, as well increasing motivation and productiveness in employees of all ages ( 8 ). The most studied demographic factor regarding WAI was age, and some authors reported a decreased WAI with ageing ( 9 , 10 , 11 ). In the Finish Health 2000 survey, nearly half of young adults perceived their work ability as excellent compared to 8% of 55-64 year

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