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extremely irritating to the nerves

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The analysis of the sources of stress showed that weak emotional commitment was most strongly associated with the stressfulness of context factors (soft factors, such as control, organizational culture, interpersonal relationships, role in organization, responsibility, career development, and home-work relations).
The perceived stressfulness of each life event was calculated in four parts: the occurrence time of life events (absent = 1, before 1 year = 2, within 1 year = 3, and chronicity = 4), characteristic of life events (positive = 1 and negative = 2), influence on state of mind (absent = 1, mild = 2, moderate = 3, severe = 4, and extreme = 5), and duration of influence (within 3 months = 1, with 6 months = 2, within 1 year = 3, and over 1 year = 4).
This is a result of its better cosmetic result, less stressfulness for the patient, lower rate of incisional hernias, rapid return of gastrointestinal function, and therefore shorter hospital stay.
The stressfulness of an event is dependent on a perceptual process of how one perceives the level of threat that the stressor poses and his/her ability to cognitively and behavioral manage/adapt to it (Caplan, 1981; Lazarus & Folkman, 1984, 1987; Thoits, 1995).
Not examining the marital adjustment of the couples before facing infertility as a contributing factor to the results, not gathering data by couples, and the stressfulness of the environment of Shariati hospital are factors that limit our ability to generalize the results of the study.
The three dimensions of the scale are conceptually consistent with the contemporary literature on life-span development theory and stressfulness of midlife.
The patients also complain of stressfulness. These symptoms point out towards a common source i.e.
Empirical studies have supported that the reexamination of core beliefs is more closely related to growth than the perceived stressfulness of the event (19,20).
In addition, the quality of opportunities is assessed in terms of the attributes of a service experience based on the quality of the roads, airports, ports, hotels, restaurants, bars, network information, theme parks, entertainment, sports activities, museums, historical buildings, political stability, safety, price, air, noise pollution, traffic congestion and other factors, such as the weather, beaches, wealth of countryside, hospitality and friendliness of the local residents, language barriers, stressfulness, attractiveness or interest of the destination and so on (Baker & Crompton, 2000; Beerli & Martin, 2004).
Engage in stress-relieving activities: With the stressfulness that sudden unemployment can cause, it's important to have a healthy engagement with the activities that bring you peace and joy.
colleges and Taiwanese students at Taiwanese colleges with respect to the perceived stressfulness of their lives, the adequacy of their resources for coping with stressors, and the manner in which the match influences their life satisfaction.
Grant et al., Relationship Between Stressfulness of Claiming for Injury Compensation and Long-term Recovery, 71(4) JAMA Psychiatry 446, 446 (2014).
We measured environmental hostility by the degree of the host country's environmental threat, its stressfulness and its dominance over the IJV (Khandwalla 1977).
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.