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Stress at college: effects on health habits, health status and self-esteem

@inproceedings{Hudd2000StressAC,
  title={Stress at college: effects on health habits, health status and self-esteem},
  author={Suzanne S. Hudd and Jennifer Dumlao and Diane Erdmann-Sager and Daniel Murray and Emily Phan and Nicholas Soukas and Nori Yokozuka},
  year={2000}
}
  • Suzanne S. Hudd, Jennifer Dumlao, +4 authors Nori Yokozuka
  • Published 2000
  • Psychology
  • The results from a random survey of students (N=145) are analyzed to address three questions: 1) Are students in certain demographic groups prone to experience higher levels of stress? 2) Is there a relationship between stress and other health behaviors? and 3) Do "stressed" students possess lower levels of self-esteem or perceive themselves as less healthy? We find that females and non-athletes are more likely to be "stressed" and that "stressed" students are less likely to practice healthy… CONTINUE READING

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