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Title:STRES IN DEJAVNIKI STRESA MED ŠTUDENTI PSIHOLOGIJE
Authors:Petrova Yordanova, Yoana (Author)
Rakovec Felser, Zlatka (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Pastirk, Samo (Co-mentor)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Naša raziskava je poskušala preučiti dejavnike stresa in strategije spoprijemanja v povezavi z nevroticizmom med dvesto štirinajstimi študenti psihologije Univerze v Mariboru, Univerze v Ljubljani in Univerze na Primorskem. Naš glavni cilj je bil raziskati povezavo med demografskimi spremenljivkami, kot so spol, način bivanja in letnik študija v primerjavi s stopnjo obsega stresogenih dejavnikov pri študentih. Rezultati kažejo, da obstajajo razlike v obsegu stresogenih dejavnikov med študenti, ki živijo s starši in tistimi, ki živijo v študentskem domu ali v podnajemniškem stanovanju, tako kot smo predpostavili. Razlike med letniki niso statistično pomembne, vendar obstaja tendenca, da je med višjimi letniki obseg stresogenih dejavnikov povezanih s časovnim pritiskom in romantičnimi težavami višji. Rezultati o razlikah med spoloma, čeprav prav tako statistično nepomembni, kažejo tendenco, da je obseg stresogenih dejavnikov pri ženskah skoraj pri vseh dimenzijah višji kot pri moških. Tako kot smo predpostavili, se je pokazala zmerna pozitivna, statistično pomembna povezava med stopnjo čustvene nestabilnosti in obsegom stresogenih dejavnikov, povezanih s socialnimi odnosi in s študijskimi izzivi. Podobno smo odkrili tudi zmerno pozitivno, statistično pomembno povezavo med stopnjo nevroticizma in zanikanjem, samoobtoževanjem in vedenjsko neaktivnostjo kot strategijami spoprijemanja.
Keywords:stres, dejavniki stresa, študenti psihologije, strategije spoprijemanja, nevroticizem
Year of publishing:2015
Publisher:[Y. Petrova Yordanova]
Source:Maribor
UDC:159.944.4-057.875(043.2)
COBISS_ID:21430280 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:JFZQKQFM
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Language:English
Title:STRESS AND FACTORS RELATED TO STRESS AMONG PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS
Abstract:The present study examined the factors related to stress and coping strategies in relation with neuroticism among two hundred and fourteen psychology students of University of Maribor, University of Ljubljana and University of Primorska. Our main purpose was to explore the connection between demographic variables gender, lifestyle and experiencing stressors among psychology students. The results show that there are differences in the extent of stressors among students who live with their parents and those who live in the dorm or in a rented apartment. The differences observed between different generations of students are not statistically significant. However, a trend was observed: students from second, third, fourth and fifth year of study experienced more stressors related to time pressure and romantic problems than freshmen. The findings showed that women experience higher level of stress than men, however the results are not statistically significant. We found moderate positive statistically significant correlations between neuroticism and level of stress related to developmental challenges and social mistreatment. Similarly, as expected, we found statistically significant moderate positive correlation between the neuroticism and several coping strategies - denial, self-blame and behavioural disengagement.
Keywords:stress, psychology students, coping strategies, neuroticism


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