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Schaubman, Averi; Stetson, Erica; Plog, Amy – School Social Work Journal, 2011
Student behavior affects teacher stress levels and the student-teacher relationship. In this pilot study, teachers were trained in Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS), a cognitive-behavioral model that explains challenging behavior as the result of underlying deficits in the areas of flexibility/adaptability, frustration tolerance, and problem…
Descriptors: Student Behavior, Teacher Burnout, Mental Health, Problem Solving
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McCarthy, Katherine – Journal of American College Health, 2020
Objective: To determine whether or not encountering students struggling with nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) put resident assistants (RAs) at greater risk of burnout or secondary traumatic stress. Participants: One hundred and fifty-five RAs at three Midwest public university campuses between March and April 2016. Methods: RAs participated in an…
Descriptors: Self Destructive Behavior, College Students, Resident Advisers, Burnout
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Dockray, Samantha; Grant, Nina; Stone, Arthur A.; Kahneman, Daniel; Wardle, Jane; Steptoe, Andrew – Social Indicators Research, 2010
Measurement of affective states in everyday life is of fundamental importance in many types of quality of life, health, and psychological research. Ecological momentary assessment (EMA) is the recognized method of choice, but the respondent burden can be high. The day reconstruction method (DRM) was developed by Kahneman and colleagues ("Science,"…
Descriptors: Employed Women, Quality of Life, Evaluation Methods, Psychological Patterns
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Skinner, Barbara; Leavey, Gerard; Rothi, Despina – Educational Review, 2021
In Europe, well-being in the workplace has increasing prominence in the policy and research agenda, and education is a key context in which the challenge of occupational stress has been reported. Traditionally, the ethos in school settings could be said to be shaped by the vocational motivation of employees; that is, a commitment to a social…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Professional Autonomy, Well Being, Mental Health
Andreyko, Tammy A. – ProQuest LLC, 2010
This study examined the relationship of stress, burnout, and coping strategies among middle school principals in Western Pennsylvania. This study assessed coping skill preferences among middle school principals, especially regarding their age, gender, marital status, experience, and school enrollment. A review of the literature included studies…
Descriptors: Expertise, Stress Management, Marital Status, Job Satisfaction
Bolen, Maria A. – ProQuest LLC, 2009
This study focuses on how school districts in Michigan are reacting to budgetary stress brought on by the downturn in the economic climate. It addresses the key factors school districts can implement to increase revenues or decrease expenditures and identifies which of these factors districts choose and the reasons why. This study also analyzes…
Descriptors: Economic Climate, Economic Impact, Educational Finance, Expenditures
Arm, Jennifer R. – ProQuest LLC, 2009
Prior research on parents of gay, lesbian, and bisexual (GLB) people is significantly dated and has tended to focus on the experiences of parents as they learn they have a GLB child. This study sought to update and extend the research literature on parents of GLB people, by exploring associations between stress, social support, GLB related social…
Descriptors: Mothers, Sexual Orientation, Homosexuality, Social Support Groups
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Cuff, Patricia A.; Forstag, Erin Hammers – National Academies Press, 2018
The mental health and well-being of health professionals is a topic that is broad, exceptionally relevant, and urgent to address. It is both a local and a global issue, and affects professionals in all stages of their careers. To explore this topic, the Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education held a 1.5 day workshop. This…
Descriptors: Design, Systems Approach, Mental Health, Well Being
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Vondras, Dean D.; Flittner, Diane; Malcore, Sylvia A.; Pouliot, Gregory – Educational Gerontology, 2009
This research explores the workplace stress and ethical challenges reported by healthcare staff in a nursing home. A brief self-report survey was administered to 44 members of the nursing staff in a not-for-profit nursing home. The survey included items that elicited identification of specific workplace stressors and ethical challenges and global…
Descriptors: Stress Variables, Job Satisfaction, Nurses, Continuing Education
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Mohamed, Salina; Nikmat, Azlinawati; Hashim, Nurul Azreen; Shuib, Norley; Raduan, Nor Jannah Nasution – International Journal of Higher Education, 2021
The purpose of this study was to ascertain the prevalence of burnout and its associated risk factors among the University staff, involving both academicians and non-academicians and relate these to their job satisfaction. A cross-sectional study was conducted among the university staff involving both academicians and non-academicians. The…
Descriptors: Burnout, Stress Variables, Anxiety, Depression (Psychology)
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Spielman, Varda; Taubman-Ben-Ari, Orit – Health & Social Work, 2009
The purpose of the study reported in this article was to examine how the unique circumstances of the birth of a premature baby affect the perception of parental self-efficacy and stress-related growth - which is the experience of positive change in one's life following stressful circumstances - among first-time parents and to examine the…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Premature Infants, Attachment Behavior, Questionnaires
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Pei, Wang; Guoli, Zhang – Chinese Education and Society, 2007
Based on the measuring instruments used by scholars in China and abroad, we devised a questionnaire to study occupational stress of 500 secondary and elementary school teachers in Tacheng municipality in Xinjiang and examined its negative effects on teachers. They found that the occupational stress of secondary and elementary school teachers are…
Descriptors: Stress Variables, Foreign Countries, Elementary School Teachers, Gender Differences
Guevara, Carlos – UnidosUS, 2019
Indiscriminate enforcement and worksite raids, a revival of anti-immigrant activity at the state level, and the undermining of our legal immigration system are all putting nearly 6 million U.S. citizen children at risk of separation from their families. And many of these children are Latino. Beyond the "Border: Family Separation in the Trump…
Descriptors: Public Policy, Law Enforcement, Immigration, Family Relationship
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Al-Kumaim, Nabil Hasan; Hassan, Siti Hasnah; Shabbir, Muhammad Salman; Almazroi, Abdulwahab Ali; Abu Al-Rejal, Hussein Mohammed – International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 2021
This study aims to get a deep understanding of the causes, effects, and remedies of information overload (IO) phenomenon among postgraduate scholars in the era of advanced internet technology. In-depth semi-structured face-to-face interviews and focus group interviews were implemented. Majority of the participants in this study exposed that IO…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Researchers, Student Research, Barriers
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Dor-Haim, Peleg; Oplatka, Izhar – International Journal of Educational Management, 2021
Purpose: This paper explores the subjective interpretations of school principals' experiences of loneliness in the workplace and the implications of those experiences. The study poses two questions: (1) How do school principals perceive that their experience of loneliness affects their emotional well-being? (2) How do school principals perceive…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Principals, Elementary Schools, Secondary Schools
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