Students Stress: Its Environmental and Personality Correlates
by Gangopadhyay, Kalyan
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Students' stress can be measured over different parameters related to their home environment and activities in the world outside. This book is an in-depth study of students' stress patterns in relation to different Personality Factors, in the Sundarban area of West Bengal, India. It also seeks to study the difference of stress levels between students living in rural and urban areas and therefore a contrast area has been selected for comparative analysis. This book also explores the effect topographical constraints may have on stress levels and patterns of students. The geographical locations selected for this comparative study is therefore significant in establishing this coordinate as an important factor in studying students' stress.
Dr. Kalyan Gangopadhyay was born on August 1960, done his Master of Arts in Philosophy from Burdwan University in 1983 and awarded his doctorate in 2014. Now he is an Associate Professor and HOD of Philosophy at Sundarban Mahavidyalaya, under the University of Calcutta. He has made a significant contribution in the area of students' personality.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
December 9, 2015
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.011 m; 0.34 kg