Stress among UK academics : identifying who copes best?

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Darabi, Mitra; Macaskill, Ann; Reidy, Lisa;

This paper examined the levels of stress and coping strategies among UK academics. Adopting a positive psychology approach, the influence of the character strengths of hope, optimism, gratitude and self-efficacy, on stress, subjective well-being (SWB), and mental health... View more
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