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The most common stressors were concern about husband's worries and stressor and concern about feeling unwell during pregnancy.
The second test was the multiple regression of cynicism on stressor.
The odds of binge drinking were lower among those who reported separating from family as a stressor (Exp(B) = .
The language of the stressor and coping strategy factors influenced the theoretical and statistical interpretation of the data.
Performance in examination, being quoted as sometimes/ always a stressor by 89% respondents, of which quite a large (40%) have indicated it to be always a stressor.
The third most common stressor was workload with a total mean score of M = 3.
Results of this study supported the contention that cognitive appraisal is a function of the intensity of a particular acute stressor.
1] The same stressors may be perceived in different way by different medical students on the basis of their cultural background, personal traits, experience and coping skills.
Women in the DHA supplementation had lower cortisol output in response to arriving to the laboratory and a more modulated response to the stressor (F [1.
Those who had reported a stressor burned fewer calories and also experienced a spike in insulin for 90 minutes after consumption.
5 LIVE WITH THE STRESSORS: You don't have to actively do something about every stressor in your dog's world; every dog can tolerate some level of stress and a few stressors.
Yet women who maintained active lifestyles, healthy diets, and good quality sleep appeared protected when exposed to stress - accumulated life stressors did not appear to lead to greater shortening.