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extremely irritating to the nerves

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These can be generated from encounters with the service infrastructure, including attractions (islands, beauty of scenery), hospitality (accommodation quality and service, restaurant quality and service, price and quality of food), transport (quality of roads, safety of roads, cleanliness of roads, public transport) and other factors (weather, beaches, wealth of countryside, hospitality and friendliness of the local residents, language barriers, stressfulness, attractiveness, interests and so on).
gender groups regarding the perceived stressfulness of their lives (i.
Perceived racism could be a proxy for actual experiences of racism, and it refers to one's appraisals of the stressfulness of the racist events (Landrine & Klonoff, 1996).
The counterfactual factors provide a simple-to-interpret measure of the degree of stressfulness implied by the scenario.
The stressfulness of unsoothable cries could increase the likelihood that cries are judged as aversive and that they will elicit aggressive and abusive thoughts or responses.
The stressfulness of daily social roles for womens' marital, occupational and household roles.
Respondents were asked to rate the stressfulness of the seven items on a four-point scale (3 = "Applied to me most of the time," 0 = "Did not apply to me at all").
Job stress is resulted from the interaction between the worker and his/her working conditions, and individual differences can be effective factors in predicting the stressfulness of some jobs.
The original SRE is an 18-item self-report measure of the frequency and stressfulness of selected racist events experienced by Black Americans.
Guided imagery paradigms use stimuli that are individually calibrated for emotionality and stressfulness to induce emotion and stress reactivity while approximating real-life situations (for review, see Sinha 2009).
London, December 17 ( ANI ): Despite the tiredness surrounding the festive season, which involves finding time to buy presents, cooking a Christmas dinner for the whole family and the nagging worries about how much the whole lot costs, nearly half of men think women exaggerate the stressfulness of Christmas, according to a new study.
Additionally, a stressor can vary in degree of perceived stressfulness (Lazarus, 1999), which, in turn, affects the coping response.
The stressfulness of daily social roles for women: marital, occupational and household roles.
Problem focused coping refers to engaging in activities that directly aims at reducing or diminishing the stressfulness of the situation.