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The relationships among physiological and perceived stress, quality of life, self-care, and impairment in doctoral students
The primary purpose of this exploratory study was to examine the relationships among the following variables: Physiological stress, perceived stress, quality of life, self-care, and impairment. Physiological stress was ...
Student affairs professionals in academic roles: The investigation of stress, job satisfaction and emotional well-being in a private higher educational setting
This study focused on the experience of student affairs professionals serving in academically based roles in a private higher education environment. The purpose of the study was to build knowledge of the experience of ...
Man up: African American men discuss race, masculinity, and coping with stress
This study explored the messages African American men, between the ages of 18 and 30, and 55 and older; receive about race, masculinity and coping. Qualitative interviews and post-interview phone calls were utilized. Data ...