Event Title

Effects of Stress in University Students

Location

Lobby in front of Auditorium

Start Date

19-4-2019 11:00 AM

Department

Psychology

Description

The purpose of this study is to explore the correlations that may exist between the stress in college student’s lifestyle through different characteristics of personality and/or behaviors such as: attachment styles, fear of intimacy, raising a child with ASD, coffee consumption, and physical exercise. This study will focus on college students from a variety of backgrounds and beliefs. The study will attempt to provide supporting data to previous research findings regarding stress and its effects on individuals. During this study participants will be asked to answer questions online regarding attachment styles, fear of intimacy, parenting styles, exercise dependence, coffee consumption, and basic demographics. The study will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. The survey will consist of 121 total questions. Stress will be assessed on a 12-item perceived stress scale, attachment will be assessed on a 22-item rating scale, the autism parenting stress index will be assessed on a 13-item rating scale, fear of intimacy will be assessed on 10-item questionnaire, coffee consumption will be assessed on a 23-item questionnaire, and exercise dependency will be assessed on a 30-item rating scale. This study will be minimal risk, participant information will be kept anonymous. It is hypothesized that the amount of stress in an individual's life will be positively correlated with anxious attachment style behavior. It is hypothesized that higher levels of coffee consumptions will be positively correlated with higher levels of stress. It is hypothesized that higher levels of coffee consumptions will be positively correlated with higher levels of stress. It is hypothesized that individuals with higher levels of stress will also have higher levels of fear of intimacy and isolation. (Riggs,1998). An exercise dependence It is hypothesized that higher exercise dependency levels will be associated with higher stress levels. The information participants will provide will help the researchers understand the different dynamics that stress can have on characteristics such as attachment styles, exercise dependence, parenting styles, coffee consumption, and fear of intimacy. This study is the explore the possible positive or negative correlations that may exist between the stress found in college student’s lifestyles.

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Apr 19th, 11:00 AM

Effects of Stress in University Students

Lobby in front of Auditorium

The purpose of this study is to explore the correlations that may exist between the stress in college student’s lifestyle through different characteristics of personality and/or behaviors such as: attachment styles, fear of intimacy, raising a child with ASD, coffee consumption, and physical exercise. This study will focus on college students from a variety of backgrounds and beliefs. The study will attempt to provide supporting data to previous research findings regarding stress and its effects on individuals. During this study participants will be asked to answer questions online regarding attachment styles, fear of intimacy, parenting styles, exercise dependence, coffee consumption, and basic demographics. The study will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. The survey will consist of 121 total questions. Stress will be assessed on a 12-item perceived stress scale, attachment will be assessed on a 22-item rating scale, the autism parenting stress index will be assessed on a 13-item rating scale, fear of intimacy will be assessed on 10-item questionnaire, coffee consumption will be assessed on a 23-item questionnaire, and exercise dependency will be assessed on a 30-item rating scale. This study will be minimal risk, participant information will be kept anonymous. It is hypothesized that the amount of stress in an individual's life will be positively correlated with anxious attachment style behavior. It is hypothesized that higher levels of coffee consumptions will be positively correlated with higher levels of stress. It is hypothesized that higher levels of coffee consumptions will be positively correlated with higher levels of stress. It is hypothesized that individuals with higher levels of stress will also have higher levels of fear of intimacy and isolation. (Riggs,1998). An exercise dependence It is hypothesized that higher exercise dependency levels will be associated with higher stress levels. The information participants will provide will help the researchers understand the different dynamics that stress can have on characteristics such as attachment styles, exercise dependence, parenting styles, coffee consumption, and fear of intimacy. This study is the explore the possible positive or negative correlations that may exist between the stress found in college student’s lifestyles.