Psychosocial Stressors and Help-Seeking Behavior among Undergraduate Student Teachers in Tanzania

@inproceedings{Onditi2014PsychosocialSA,
  title={Psychosocial Stressors and Help-Seeking Behavior among Undergraduate Student Teachers in Tanzania},
  author={Hezron Z. Onditi},
  year={2014}
}
This study explored undergraduate student teachers experiences on psychosocial stressors, how they resolve the stressors, and the level of utilization of college help or support resources. A self-report questionnaire was administered to a total of 187 first year, second year and third year student teachers (M=25 & SD=3.38) from Dar es Salaam University College of Education, Tanzania. Regardless of gender, student teachers reported to have had high level of stressful experiences to the extent of… CONTINUE READING

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