Corpus ID: 56327475

Burnout in Young Adult Performing Artists

  title={Burnout in Young Adult Performing Artists},
  author={B. Stocking},
The purpose of this study was to examine the experience of burnout in adolescent/young adult performing arts (i.e. a World-Class junior drum & bugle corps) at the beginning of their competitive training season. Specifically, this study took particular interest in investigating the predictive influence of psychological variables such as performance anxiety, psychological coping skills, and coping functions in predicting who was more prone to burnout as well as who returned or dropped out after… Expand


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