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     Stress and Emotional Stability
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                 What is stress? A mentally or emotionally disruptive or  upsetting condition occurring in  response to adverse external influences  and capable of affecting physical health,  usually characterized by increased  heart rate, a rise in blood pressure,  muscular tension, irritability, and  depression.
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Hypothesis It was hypothesized that our stress  measure would be negatively correlated  with the emotional stability sub scale of  the IPIP.
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Methods A questions were developed for the  stress scale by brainstorming from  personal experience. Administered self report survey to 
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Unformatted text preview: research methods class. N = 107 So, was there a relationship? Yes, there was a negative correlation between emotional stability and stress r = -.662 (Pearson) y = 45.095 + -.719x The negative relationship between emotional stability and stress STRES132 50 40 30 20 10 EMSTAB 50 40 30 20 10 So what does this mean? As the level of stress increases the level of emotional stability decreases As the level of emotional stability increases the level of stress decreases Correlation does not imply causation! Does this make sense?...
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