Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Adolescents today live in a very busy, hectic world that is constantly changing. Problems such as divorce, death, abuse, violence, and accidents can have a negative effect of stress on adolescents (Omizo, Omizo, & Suzuki, 1988). Children who are under stress may become emotionally depressed, impulsive, aggressive, anti-social, self-destructive, or irritable. Herbert (1983) stated that stress may produce a variety of physical symptoms such as: increased heart rate, tenseness in the stomach, sweaty palms, headaches, loss of appetite, or insomnia.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
Aubrey L. Smith
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©1988 Bret Darnell Adams
Adams, Bret Darnell, "Adolescents and stress" (1988). Graduate Research Papers. 2007.