Ballance, Collin T.
June 2008
Psychological Reports;Jun2008, Vol. 102 Issue 3, p678
Academic Journal
100 students having various undergraduate majors were surveyed using Hudiburg's updated Computer Technology Hassles Scale and an internet learning styles questionnaire. Participation was voluntary and solicited through mathematics courses in which the students were enrolled. Groups of students organized by learning style were formed. Multivariate comparison of these groups based upon five stress variables suggested that computer stress was not associated with the learning styles of these students.


Related Articles

  • Stress is prevalent among young people with families and jobs. Maldonado, Jose E. // Caribbean Business;9/21/1995, Vol. 23 Issue 38, pH6 

    Discusses the prevalence of stress among young people with families and jobs. Symptoms of stress; Medical problems that may arise due to stress; Ways to relieve stress and help a person to relax.

  • Stress and Burnout. O'Reilly, Nancy D. // Personal Excellence Essentials;Aug2007, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p8 

    The article discusses stress and burnout. The physical symptoms of stress are headache, stomach problems, and ulcers. Emotional and behavioral stressors can impact an individual's productivity. The two types of stress are acute and chronic. The symptoms of burnout are cited. It provides tips to...

  • The Scariest Type of Stress. Gelman, Lauren // Prevention;Nov2010, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p16 

    The article offers ideas on preventing and addressing burnout. The author differentiated burnout from stress, by noting that burnout leads to lack of motivation, depression and heart disease. Having a 10-minute exercise or taking an off from work are suggested to reduce everyday stressors. The...

  • A NEW INTEGRATIVE MODEL OF OVERTRAINING BASED ON BURNOUT AND STRESS-RECOVERY PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACHES. González Boto, René; Molinero González, Olga; Márquez, Sara // Ansiedad y Estrés;Dec2008, Vol. 14 Issue 2-3, p221 

    The basic concepts and psychological issues related to overtraining syndrome are reviewed in the first part of the present article. The most important models that, from different approaches, try to explain this situation are then presented. In the second section, models related to the burnout...

  • MULTIDIMENSIONAL COMPAPISON OF ANXIETY DIRECTION AND BURNOUT OVER TIME. Wiggins, Matthew S.; Cremades, J. Gualberto; Lai, Christopher; Jonguck Lee; Erdmann, Jeremy B. // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Jun2006, Vol. 102 Issue 3, p788 

    The purpose of this study was to assess if athletes who perceived their trait anxiety to be debilitative to performance also experienced higher burnout over a competitive season. Volunteers were 53 NCAA Division I and II male (n= 14) and female (n=39) athletes, ages 18 to 23 years. Participants...

  • Effects of Cognitive-Behavioral Stress Management Training on the Syndrome of Burnout in Employed Women Nurses: A Case Study in Hospitals of Ahvaz University of Medical Sciences. Hazrati, Saeed Sagha; Karimi, Somaye; Hasani, Mohadese; Dalvand, Mohammad Reza; Soltani, Ziba // Advances in Environmental Biology;Jan2012, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p176 

    This study explored the effects of cognitive-behavioral stress management training on nurses' burnout in three dimensions: emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and personal accomplishment. Population of the study included all female nurses employed in Golestan, Razi, and Abuzar Hospitals. 30...

  • Effective Use of Behavior-Specific Praise: A Middle School Case Study. Haydon, Todd; Musti-Rao, Shobana // Beyond Behavior;Winter2011, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p31 

    Teachers experience high levels of stress and emotional exhaustion while teaching in classrooms with too much student misbehavior. The two teachers in this study expressed concerns about this very issue during math instruction. They were also feeling tired and stressed due to constantly...

  • Performance Management at the Wheel: Driving Employee Engagement in Organizations. Mone, Edward; Eisinger, Christina; Guggenheim, Kathryn; Price, Bennett; Stine, Carolyn // Journal of Business & Psychology;Jun2011, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p205 

    Based on a study conducted in a large corporation (XINC, a pseudonym) and other research, it appears that performance management can be used to increase levels of employee engagement. We begin this article with a discussion of employee engagement, define engaged employees as those who feel...

  • Research round-up.  // Learning Disability Practice;Dec2005, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p27 

    The article focuses on various surveys that were conducted in the field of learning disabilities. One of the research was conducted on an assumption that stress and burnout has an effect on the helping behaviour of staff in learning disability services. The results of the research suggest that...


Read the Article


Sign out of this library

Other Topics