Associations among perceived stress and hardiness at nursing and criminology students

@inproceedings{Sindik2014AssociationsAP,
  title={Associations among perceived stress and hardiness at nursing and criminology students},
  author={Jo{\vs}ko Sindik and Dubravka Hava{\vs} Augu{\vs}tin and Ana Paula Perini and F L Lewis and Natalija Novokmet},
  year={2014}
}
Specific associations among perceived stress and ha r iness can reflect the characteristics of workers in particular professions. The goals of this research were to ana lyze sets of correlations between the aspects of ha rdiness and experienced stress, separately for two subsamples o f subjects in the research, and on the entire sampl e. Then, the goal was to determine the correlations among the as pects of stress and hardiness, with three variables : age, work experience and number of children… CONTINUE READING

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