[Drinking pattern, problem related drinking, perceived stress, ways of coping, and symptoms of stress of the female university students].

Abstract

PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship among problem related drinking, perceived stress, ways of coping, and symptoms of stress of the college women. METHOD Data was collected by questionnaires from 436 the College Women in S City. It was analyzed using descriptive statistics, Pearson correlation coefficients. RESULT Three point forty -four of the subject had problem-related drinking, 92.43% were experienced alcohol drinking. The level of perceived stress(M=1.48) showed moderate, and symptoms of stress(M=1.34) showed below. The problem-related drinking showed significant positive correlation with perceived stress(r=.10, p=.03), emotion-oriented coping(r=.13, p=.00), and symptoms of stress(r=.23, p=.03). CONCLUSION Data from this study suggest that perceived stress, ways of coping, and symptoms of stress are significant influencing factors on problem-related drinking in the Female University Students.

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@article{Yang2003DrinkingPP, title={[Drinking pattern, problem related drinking, perceived stress, ways of coping, and symptoms of stress of the female university students].}, author={Seung-Hee Yang and Kuem Sun Han}, journal={Taehan Kanho Hakhoe chi}, year={2003}, volume={33 7}, pages={1057-64} }