Primary and secondary control in academic development: gender-specific implications for stress and health in college students1

@article{Hall2006PrimaryAS,
  title={Primary and secondary control in academic development: gender-specific implications for stress and health in college students1},
  author={N. Hall and J. Chipperfield and R. Perry and Joelle C Ruthig and T. Goetz},
  journal={Anxiety, Stress, \& Coping},
  year={2006},
  volume={19},
  pages={189 - 210}
}
Abstract During the first year of college, students are faced with numerous educational and personal stressors which can negatively impact their psychological and physical health. The present study examined the benefits of primary and secondary control for self-rated health in students based on Rothbaum, Weisz, and Synder's (1982) dual-process model of control, and examined stress and gender as potential mediating variables. College students’ (n=888) primary and secondary academic control and… Expand
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