Immediate outcomes for tertiary students of dealing with stressful situations : interpersonal conflict or an exam
The relationships between coping strategies and both mood outcomes and a measure of the quality of the outcome of problem situations were explored in a study of 115 students enrolled in tertiary education. Subjects completed one of two questionnaires dealing with their experience earlier that day of either an exam or conflict with another person. Different coping strategies were adopted depending on the situation. Hierarchical regression analyses indicated that heightened negative mood was...[Show more]
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