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Dr. Brooks Applegate
What is stress? Research asserts that stress is the mental state that results from an inability to cope (Burton 2004)
Why focus on stress?
- Persistent stress can lead to serious psychological problems such as interpersonal difficulties, depression, anxiety, and even suicide (Shapiro 2000)
- Several studies have found up to a third of medical students experience stress-related problems
The importance of this study comes from: A review of the extent literature suggests there is no systematic inquiry of the effects of stress experienced by students in LBL and PBL curricula in PA education
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Wardley, Sonia; Applegate, Brooks; Almaleki, Deyab; and Van Rhee, James, "A Comparison of Students’ Perceptions of Stress in Parallel Problem-Based and Lecture-Based Curricula" (2014). Research and Creative Activities Poster Day. 85.
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