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Gibbons, Sydney; Trette-McLean, Taylor; Crandall, AliceAnn; Bingham, Jennie L.; Garn, Cheryl L.; Cox, Jonathan C. – Journal of American College Health, 2019
Objective: The purpose of the study was to examine student perspectives about college mental health including the primary mental health issues affecting students, common college student stressors, student awareness of campus mental health resources, and mental health topics students want more information about. Participants: Participants were 822…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Peer Relationship, Student Surveys, Mental Health
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Tian, Lili; Jiang, Siyi; Huebner, E. Scott – School Psychology Quarterly, 2019
Based on Greenspoon and Saklofske's (2001) dual-factor model of mental health, we defined adolescents' mental health as comprised of two distinguishable factors: positive and negative mental health. We tested the direct relations between the Eysenck's (1967) Big Two personality traits (Extraversion and Neuroticism) and positive and negative mental…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Personality Traits, Adolescents, Stress Variables
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Hege, Adam; Lemke, Michael K.; Apostolopoulos, Yorghos; Sönmez, Sevil – Health Education & Behavior, 2019
Background: Compared with other occupations, long-haul truck drivers (LHTD) engage in excessively unhealthy behaviors and experience disproportionately poor health outcomes. Health promotion efforts targeting LHTDs focus on improving individual-level behaviors; however, this occupation is replete with adverse work organization characteristics,…
Descriptors: Motor Vehicles, Employees, Stress Variables, Sleep
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Darabi, Mitra; Macaskill, Ann; Reidy, Lisa – Journal of Further and Higher Education, 2017
This article examined levels of stress and associated coping strategies among UK academics. Adopting a positive psychology approach, the influence of the character strengths of hope, optimism, gratitude and self-efficacy on stress, subjective well-being (SWB), and mental health was examined in 216 academics in a UK university. The study explored…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Stress Variables, Stress Management, Coping
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Kersh, Renique – NASPA Journal About Women in Higher Education, 2018
For women administrators in higher education, workplace factors like managing multiple roles; work bleeding into personal life; issues with leadership; discrimination and marginalization; and role insufficiency (i.e., ambiguity in work roles and reduced sense of control) contribute to increased workplace stress. Individual coping responses are…
Descriptors: Work Environment, Females, Anxiety, Stress Variables
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Park, Shin Ho; Song, Yun Ju C.; Demetriou, Eleni A; Pepper, Karen L.; Norton, Alice; Thomas, Emma E.; Hickie, Ian B.; Hermens, Daniel F.; Glozier, Nick; Guastella, Adam J. – Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice, 2019
In this study, we consecutively recruited treatment-seeking young autistic adults without intellectual impairment aged 16-30 years who presented to a mental health service and evaluated general health (distress, quality of life, and disability), functioning (work loss days and social functioning), and mood symptoms (depression, anxiety, and…
Descriptors: Young Adults, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Quality of Life
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Jönsson, Julia; Maltestam, Malin; Tops, Anita Bengtsson; Garmy, Pernilla – Journal of School Nursing, 2019
The aim was to describe school nurses' experiences working with students with mental health problems. In this inductive qualitative study, interviews were conducted with 14 school nurses in Sweden. The content analysis revealed three themes: (1) sense of worriedness about working with students with mental health problems, (2) taking care of…
Descriptors: School Nurses, Mental Health, Foreign Countries, Coping
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Odenbring, Ylva – Education Inquiry, 2019
During the first decades of the twenty-first century, adolescents' perceived stress has been reported to be an important factor in explaining the health problems among students in Swedish schools. Based on interviews with key professionals working in the student welfare team in three secondary schools, the present article aims to contribute new…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Gender Differences, Secondary School Students, Mental Health
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Slavich, George M. – Teaching of Psychology, 2016
Life stress is a central construct in many models of human health and disease. The present article reviews research on stress and health, with a focus on (a) how life stress has been conceptualized and measured over time, (b) recent evidence linking stress and disease, and (c) mechanisms that might underlie these effects. Emerging from this body…
Descriptors: Life Style, Life Satisfaction, Stress Variables, Literature Reviews
Bathke, Amber; Kim, Ryoka – Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad, 2016
Student mental health is a significant concern on US college campuses, however, what happens when those campuses go global? The experience of those who work in the international education field suggests that the percentage may be even higher than on campus, since culture shock, homesickness, and stress can trigger anxiety, depression, or other…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, Mental Health, College Students, International Education
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Kantaris, Xenya – Psychology Teaching Review, 2018
Independent study can be satisfying and thrilling, and it can also be terrifying. Some students may not be equipped to handle the stress that University life puts in front of them. It is a fact that 75 per cent of adult mental health problems begin before the age of 18 (Davies, 2013) therefore, some students will enter University with a mental…
Descriptors: College Students, Mental Health, Resilience (Psychology), Coping
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Filges, Trine; Montgomery, Edith; Kastrup, Marianne – Research on Social Work Practice, 2018
Objectives: This review assesses the evidence about the effects of detention on the mental and physical health and social functioning of asylum seekers. Method and Analysis: We followed Campbell Collaboration guidelines to conduct a systematic review. Meta-analytic methods were used to quantitatively synthesize the study results. Results: Primary…
Descriptors: Refugees, Mental Health, Physical Health, Guidelines
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Zaki, Rania. A. – Journal of Education and Practice, 2016
Nursing stress is considered a problem that affects the practice worldwide. Job stress is a harmful response physically and emotionally when the nurses' skills, resources, and needs could not fulfill the requirement of the job. This study was aimed to assess job stress and self-efficacy among psychiatric nursing working in mental health hospitals…
Descriptors: Anxiety, Work Environment, Stress Variables, Stress Management
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Pan, Jia-Yan; Ng, Petrus; Young, Daniel Kim-Wan; Caroline, Schoepf – Research on Social Work Practice, 2017
Objective: This study examined the effectiveness of group cognitive behavioral intervention (CBI) in improving mental health and promoting postmigration growth for Mainland university students in Hong Kong. Methods: Thirty-six Mainland students with mild-to-moderate levels of psychological distress have completed an 8-session CBI group. Various…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Behavior Modification, Cognitive Restructuring, Group Therapy
Lakatos, Patricia P.; Matic, Tamara; Carson, Melissa C.; Williams, Marian E. – ZERO TO THREE, 2017
Infants are born primed to develop attachment relationships. However, when infants are hospitalized in the neonatal intensive care unit at birth, the stress and trauma associated with the highly specialized medical environment can threaten the development of a nurturing and secure caregiving relationship. Infant mental health is an evidence-based…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Neonates, Health Services, Hospitals
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