Subject: stress manifestations | teachers’ stress | RA1-1270 | occupational stress | Public aspects of medicine | Original Research | stress factors | Teacher Stress Inventory | Public Health
mesheuropmc: education | behavioral disciplines and activities
Teachers experience high levels of stress as a result of their professional duties, and research has shown a growing interest in this phenomenon during the recent years. Aim of this study was to explore the associations of stress sources and manifestations... View more
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